Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Transformation from inner and outer travels

Back home after an awesome 3 months based in Mexico and the US!

Travel is always so transformative, a kind of world between worlds, a pause between life chapters.
Being in a different environment, and this can happen in trips just days long, gifts you with the opportunity to remove yourself from your usual life. Stripped of much of your daily routine and surrounds, you get to BE anew. 

This pause is often the circuit breaker that has people coming home to realise parts of their old life no longer fit, while new pathways and expressions of self beckon. 

The accelerated energies of our present times being what they are, our 3 months felt like a year. Creatively, spiritually and physically it feels like we've gone through an inner systems re-boot, and I know many of you are feeling the same way. 

Martin Luther King Jr once said you don't have to see the whole staircase. You just need to shine your light on the one or two steps ahead of you. I'm using those words as inspiration as I create a brand new website, more reflective of what I now want to focus on. Life changes can be overwhelming, but if we take them one step at a time they feel more do-able.

If you are in the middle of a big life change, or want to make one, the one step at a time approach takes the fear out of it, and some time away even if you can just do a weekend, brings fresh clarity and opportunity for an inner and outer re-set.

Who is going through a big life shift and re-set right now? Who wants to? Share here, your tips and stories can help others. 

(C) Dana Mrkich 2015 

1 comment:

  1. I encounter lots of uproar from certain spirit I assume the are as impact as we. Other wise working on mindfulness and as I say if it does not flow do not go. Think it is a lot like "Fiddler On The Roof" At 86 my focus to quote is Living Fully Dying Well. Oli Aloha.