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  • Writer's pictureZsofia Fischer

CHANGE IS THE ONLY CONSTANT

Change is the only constant in our lives - from the moment of our birth until we leave the earthly plane. However, we often approach it with reluctance and procrastination, sometimes throughout our entire lives. 😟

You feel that it's not right. You feel anxious. You hate it. You're not in it the way you would like to be. It doesn't feel yours. It doesn't feel right. It's not fair.

But still, you do nothing.

You endure. You bear it. You play the game of hoping that something will change. Maybe it will get better somehow. Weeks, months, and years go by, and you're still there. You're still doing it. Nothing changes. You're stuck in one place, but you can bear it less and less. Slowly, you start hating yourself for your weakness, for your cowardice, for not daring, for being too clumsy to close your eyes and let yourself down. Again. Just like so many times before.


How many times has this happened to you?

👉 When you felt that you couldn't put your heart and soul into your work, and you weren't truly yourself. But you convinced yourself that this is a good company, the pay is great, and your colleagues are nice. Starting something new is too risky and maybe you're too old to start over.

👉 When you felt that he/she is not the one, you don't desire him/her, and you're not truly happy together the way you would like to be. But you're afraid to take a step because at least he/she is there and it feels safe. "What will our friends and family say? I'll just hear once again that nothing and no one is good enough for me."


👉 When you feel like you're not truly yourself, smiling while feeling like your whole life is falling apart.

But you're afraid to speak up, to admit that something is wrong, because you can't abandon yourself, because others depend on you.


👉 When you feel the desire for more breathing space, more "me time," more freedom.

But who can do that with two kids, work, and household chores? It's normal to feel suffocated, but at least there's order and cleanliness, and everyone else is happy. Except me.


You should make a change, but you're afraid.


"How would I know it will be better?" "What will others say about it?"


🌿 All growth is rooted in change. 🌿


Sometimes change and the path leading up to it hold a lot of joy, but more often they bring fear, pain, or other discomfort.


🔥 When such a disruption occurs - whether it's a new job or career, moving to a new city or country, or changes in your relationships - it can be frightening. But such a moment can also bring an incredible amount of energy, growth, and unfolding. 🔥


If you feel deep in your soul that "this is not good for me."

If every morning you have to drag yourself out of bed to go to your workplace.

If your stomach tightens every time you see them.

If you feel that something is calling you, but you try to bury your head in the sand or simply dismiss the call of your inner self.

If you feel like your mother and you don't want to live your life as a martyr.


It's time to make a change.


What happens if you try to resist change?

If you manage to suppress the voice of your soul, your body will send signals.

The pain of both the body and the soul is a sign that something is not right, that something needs to be changed.


Change is inevitable in life, yet it often appears as a struggle to us. However, if we embrace transformation and change, we can surpass our current limitations and reach our full potential.


To ensure that change serves you:


1) Shift your mindset! Instead of focusing on the negative outcomes of change, start looking at it with a positive perspective and the possibilities it brings.


2) Allow all your feelings - fears, anxieties - to surface and clear out (the RRT technique, which I teach, is most effective for this!).


3) Practice meditation or cultivate mindfulness! Mindfulness is about being present in the moment and observing our thoughts and feelings without judgment. This can help you stay centered and calm during times of transformation and uncertainty. Try spending a few minutes each day simply focusing on your breath and observing your thoughts and emotions.


4) Choose supportive people to surround yourself with! It's important to have a supportive community of individuals who encourage and support your growth. Surround yourself with people who inspire you to become the best version of yourself and who support you through the ups and downs of change. Seek out a mentor or coach who can provide guidance and support during your transformation.


Lastly, remember to be patient and kind to yourself throughout the process of change. It's natural to experience a range of emotions during change, from excitement to fear and everything in between. Allow yourself to feel those emotions and process them, but also remember to be gentle with yourself as you navigate through the transformation.


Embrace change and witness how it transforms your life in incredible ways! 🔥


If you're ready to make a change, feel free to send a private message and let's start a conversation! 🌹

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