The Cosmic Energies of the New Year are Pushing us
Towards Deep Change and Transformation
While change is a constant in our universe, it is often ‘progressive’ rather than positively transforming.
Yet as we enter 2016, we are all bathing in cosmic energy that is facilitating positive transformative change that comes from new ideas and new directions. This means leaving the past behind us, and establishing the new forms we wish to embody. We may be prompted to leave relationships, move house, start new jobs and change our lifestyles. But it is important that we don’t do this mindlessly.
Humanity as a collective is on a journey towards spiritual evolution and deep soul connection and so for each of us, every individual on the planet, the change that we embrace and embody is aimed towards transforming our lives to higher states of being. To live in Grace. To live in Service. To live in Peace. And to live in Joy.
States of Being
These are states of being that we were born into but have forgotten. While this reminds us to remember that which we are not, it also prompts us to engage with awareness and responsibility to that which we continue to create and respond to.
As we consider our new directions, and the change and transformation we want in 2016 (and the years ahead), our heavenly bodies are prompting consciousness that embodies the NEW. Not simply patterns that are replayed. This means trying new ways of being, letting go of attachment to routine and being willing to change.
Willingness to Change
If we are not willing to change but simply follow the motions, or worse dig our heels in and won’t budge, the potential transformation and remedy for positive change can act in opposition in our lives and we begin to feel resistant, powerless, often unwell and certainly out of control.
Then we experience the frequency of shock in the subtle bodies that affects our mind, body, emotions and spirit on a more permanent basis. We begin to feel tired, lacking in energy and out-of-sorts all the time. We may not be able to sleep, and find no enjoyment in anything we do, which in turn can lead to a greater state of physical unwellness, perpetual anxiety and profound depression.
If we look around the world and our own lives we can see some of these subtle and more obvious effects of our perpetual resistance to change, as our entire species engages with this prompting – this persistent energy of change and transformation that we are living in.