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Acceptance in the Process of Transformation

Acceptance in the Process of Transformation

   Acceptance in the process of transformation is as important as setting goals. Many times, this word can be confused with passivity. However, paired with insight and awareness, it is a beneficial tool for positive change.

  1. Would of, Could of, Should of”  This saying speaks to the place in your thinking where your upset about what is happening in your life today is based on the meaning you have given your experience from the past. While you make lists of what your life might have been like had you made different choices, or better yet, others had made different choices, it is an exercise in futility unless there is insight into the gentle or difficult nudging to shift your perception of your experience. It is through the channel of acknowledging your regret that allows you to untangle from the past so that you can identify your inner needs in your current experience in front of you more fully.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
  2. Acceptance Means Moving into the Present

We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us. ~Joseph Campbell


   Where you are today is a summation of many factors including what you needed to work out or work through in your life experience. Your experience is based on the conscious awareness you bring to it. Much like the cycle of a butterfly, you are only able to manage what your direct sense of what is happening to you and around you based on where you are in your evolutionary process. A caterpillar does not have yet the capacity to fly, however, it has the capacity within it to build a cocoon to house the transformation process. Acceptance does not mean you passively sit and wallow. Acceptance includes right action in acknowledging the reality of what is going on in your life, so you can look at your current choices, plan and go into action in the present based on what you have learned.

3. Accept Where I am, so I know what I might be.

When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.~ Lao Tzu

Accepting where you are in life in the moment in any particular area of your life creates freed up constricted energy that was devoted to worry, fear, pain and frustration. When accepting a situation free of resistance, it allows the opening of seeing more in-depth and with greater clarity. It allows your body-mind system to work with greater harmony and balance to create transformation within your self, your relationships while energize new possibilities that transcend where you have already traveled.

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Like a butterfly emerging from a cocoon, it takes time to strengthen its wings after completing its inner process from caterpillar to butterfly. Each butterfly opens and closes its newly found wings stretching within the enclosure until it is able to release itself from its cellular walls. It was the limits of this enclosure that allows it to become better able to become something more than caterpillar, however, it was the stages in the process that allowed the possibility of freedom.

Acceptance is an integral part of the transformational process of Resonance Repatterning. Sessions benefit your ability to appreciate your inner knowing and resilience no matter what you are facing. The process allows you to move beyond your limiting beliefs into greater harmony and balance in your body-mind system so that you can strengthen your wing s for greater freedom and life energy for experiencing wellness and well-being. To find out more about the benefits of this process, visit http://www.windowstotheheart.net

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