The world is shifting rapidly. New technology, new science, new possibilities, new expectations. We either keep up or rapidly fall behind.
Change means constant flexibility, releasing, exploration and adaptation. And those of us who are flexible enough to see, realize and create an alternate option are being called upon to lead.
Change means flexibility
Change can be scary. It means moving out of your “comfort zone”. It means learning new skills and embracing new beliefs. Flexibility is the cornerstone of being a Leader for Change.
Change means releasing
In order to change, we have to let go of what we think we know and what we believe and be prepared to explore what we thought was inconceivable. As science continues to uncover new planets and deepen its understanding of how our body works and discover the relationship of man’s choices and the well-being of our planet, we have to change our minds. We have to keep learning and shifting and keeping up.
Change is about adjusting and modifying what we think we know. Embracing change means to be open and curious.
Change means exploration
What calls to you? Where can you be in service? People are training for the new technology. They’re becoming active in the governing of their community and they actively participate in global organizations that are caring for the world. I work energetically with others all over the world to raise our collective consciousness.
Look at new opportunities. Go where you’re called.
Change means adaptation
There are technologies that are leaving me behind. I’m not a good texter but I can make a video. I’ve never done Instagram but I’m in Facebook communities. Find the new technology or idea that calls to you and make it your own.
Change your thinking
We have to stay flexible in both our thinking and our expectations. What we used to believe possible is now very outdated and limiting. We cannot go back to the familiar, the comfortable, the safe. It’s obsolete, outmoded and stultifying.
There’s no way I can truly identify with the children who are 80 years younger that I am. I did not grow up with the technology they have available now. That very technology will color how they develop and how they see the world. And that’ll be very different from my life experience.
But I can watch and observe. And I can keep expanding my own service in the world and embrace some of the new technology so that I can share with others.
Be a change maker
My personal role is as an explorer and map maker of the unseen world, the spiritual experience, the esoteric concepts that run through the core of our lives.
People can serve in many ways. The knowledge that we each have to be more active in our governing process, at the local level and up, is beginning to sink in. More women are running for office. Young people see themselves as part of the solution.
I am active in transformational communities working to raise the collective consciousness and support light workers in all fields.
Find your place on the spectrum of change and get to work.
Whatever you do to allow change to flow though your life is perfect. Be conscious of the need to change. Be open to new ways of being, new ways to express yourself, new ways of thinking. And then hang on to your hat and enjoy the ride!
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