September, in a strange way, almost feels like spring.
Somehow the breeze is lighter, fresher. Somehow it feels like the heavy warmth of summer is going away and you can sense in the horizon a change coming in.
Your life is the same. You are not quite in one mood or the other. You are not quite here or there. It’s a transition time. It’s a time to weigh the options you have and, make decisions about how to take care of yourself.
What habits did you pick up that are not serving you anymore? What is it that you would like to do to help your body be healthier? And not only in the short run, but in the long term? What is it that you can change altogether? Not to become somebody else or something else, but to become more yourself, to be more authentic, to be more real, to be true to yourself, to have more peace, more fulfillment, so that everything that you do contains more purpose and a higher, more positive charge to it.?
The way you prepare your things, the energy that you put into preparing your foods, the type of energy that you execute when you are taking a shower or preparing your clothes to dress up for the day or the kind of animosity that you have towards yourself or others where is it coming from?
Do you do it genuinely from the heart, from your soul, or as an imposed thing.?
And we are not necessarily talking about the job you might have, but everyday things that you do in your life. Where is that frustration suddenly stemming from?
Now is the time to look at all these things as if they were laid out on top of a table for you to see with greater vision. What are the things that are cluttering your life? What are the things that are helping you flow more? Maybe you would like to consider more of those instead.
But every clutter and every block contain a lesson within. So don’t just dismiss them. Observe and think. What is this stepping stone is trying to teach you? What is all the clutter? Is it material? Is it mental? Is it emotional?
Bring this light of wisdom and understanding into those areas, into those blocks, and see what they’re made of. Are they made of past experiences? Are they made of situations that are long gone? What is the lesson that you needed to learn so you now can let go of those bits and pieces that you have been collecting through your life?
Now is the time.
It’s transition time.
Do you want to take the clutter with you? Or would you like to make a lighter transition and make more space for new things and greater things and happier things to come into your life?