Sometimes, when the winds of change begin to rustle, we're not certain the change is for the better. We could also call it strain or a temporary condition, certain we'll be restored to abnormal. Sometimes, we resist. We tuck our head down and buck the wind, hoping that things will quickly calm down, get back to the way things were. Is it probably we're being arranged for a new "abnormal"?
I chose change, and am grateful that I did. From the changes I have made, and the sharing of experiences with many like me who have made long term change as well as input from professionals in the change commercial, I live using a Process of Creative Life Recovery. This technique is likely to be learned.
The winds of change blow through our life, sometimes gently, sometimes like a tropical storm. Yes, we have resting places – time to alter to an additional level of living, time to get our balance, time to enjoy the rewards. We have time to catch our breath.
Keith Bray is an Addiction Recovery Coach coaching others to success through the Co-Creative Process of Life Recovery.
Change is a word we hear oh so on a regular basis. Whether we like it or not, things are going to alter; we can influence how they change, and whether the change has positive direction for our life. There is much that directly influences our very own well being that is within our control.
Each day I seek positive change from where I was yesterday and those many years ago. As long as I focus on my recovery technique for part of each day and ask for help, a little progress seems to take place.
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When the journey to a new life began for me, my life required change in dramatic fashion. It was going the wrong way at an accelerated pace. To say I was sick and bored with being sick and worn out and irritable, restless and discontent would be putting it mildly. As these feeling increased, so did my use of alcohol and other mood altering substances and behaviours. No to be dramatic, but it was change, go completely insane, and possibly die.
Change will sweep through our life, as mandatory, to take us where we're going. We can trust that our Higher Power has a plan in thoughts, even when we don't know where the changes are leading.
We can trust that the change-taking place is nice. The wind will take us where we have to go.
But change is inevitable, and desirable.