SEASONS OF LOVE

This week I am writing about CHANGE as it relates to LOVE. Why do we so often ask for change yet while we are in the process of receiving change, does it feel so completely terrifying? (You know the part right before it fully arrives, when we don’t yet know the outcome) We know we want change, we know we need change yet that ‘incubation’ period right before it blossoms can cause us to feel such anxiety.

This is the time to hold to our peaceful center, hold to our knowingness, hold to our inner truth. One of my favorite author’s Neale Donald Walsch has a quote that has stayed with me for a long time and really comforts me in times of change. Neale says “All Change is Always for the Better.” When I first heard that statement I didn’t really believe it. My mind initially protested, “Please, how could that be true?” Yet after reflecting back and thinking about actual change that has happened to me in my life. I realized he was absolutely right!

ALL CHANGE IS ALWAYS FOR THE BETTER!!

Change has propelled me forward in my life, has made me happier, has raised me to the next level, has shown me that I have great inner strength. So many wonderful things have come from change. When I think about it, it truly makes me so excited to see what is coming next. Change can be something that happens within our relationship, it can be something that happens within ourselves, it can also be a change from being single to being in a loving partnership. There are many forms of change.

So this week I would like to let you know that you don’t need to be afraid of change anymore. ALLOW IT IN. It is here to lift us up and deliver us to the next part of CREATING GREAT LOVE in our lives.

My picture this week came to me when I got into the car…. there it was from out of the blue……definitely another sign….

Love Hat

Love heaps
Samantha xo

Quote:
“The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.”
– Morrie Schwartz

(Professor & Author. He was the subject of the bestselling book “Tuesday’s with Morrie” by Mitch Albom)

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