It's Two Minute Tuesday on The Light Inside . Every Tuesday, we share our greatest lessons and insights. Short thoughts of discovery that help us all change, evolve and become our best version of ourselves. This Tuesday, we t...
It's Two Minute Tuesday on The Light Inside. Every Tuesday, we share our greatest lessons and insights.
Short thoughts of discovery that help us all change, evolve and become our best version of ourselves. This Tuesday, we talk about change- how it is the one constant in life. Why making friends with change leads us towards our ultimate discoveries and adds deeper meaning and purpose in our lives.
As entrepreneurs and leaders, Change is one of our greatest challenges.
What Have I learned?
Heraclitus said- “The only constant in life is change”
We all face changes every day – whether it’s a simple change in the weather, our schedule or expected change of seasons. Change affects us all. And we each deal with change differently. The only constant in life, the only thing we can be sure will happen- is change. Find fulfillment in the being, becoming and the evolution. Embrace and enjoy the process.
Be comfortable in your skin.
Change is where we find alignment-in the discovery, because in the discovery lies true balance and FLOW. Life IS change. There is no comfort in the knowing, Only the “unknowing”. And by understanding that change is the only constant in life its more easy to recognize what Heraclitus is saying.
The way up and the way down are one and the same. Living and dead, waking and sleeping, young and old- All are the same. These things are the 'same' in that they are all subject to change. They arise from one change to vanish into another. All things, constantly-are changing. And, in that regard, they are the same- All things “come into being” through opposition.
Come into being. I mean...WOW! How awesome IS that?
It’s a process - Discovery.
The being is not the destination and arriving is not the result. The process IS the result. Simply being Change. Its easy to observe the contenting of forces in nature. And yet as human beings, we resist the natural movement of life. Instead we cling to what is known- what we consider safe.
"In opposition there is agreement- between unlikes, the fairest harmony." It is in changing that we find purpose.
In change we discover who and what we are each meant to be. All that we will become.
The greatest lesson I have learned- Embrace the change.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelightinside/support