Resilience

Sarah Black

Sarah Black

March 6th representing full-circle change, adaptability, and potent new beginnings. Last Quarter Moons are all about turning points, and last year this exact moon phase coincided with the beginning of lockdown, new restrictions and the dramatic changes that would alter the course of our world. And yet, one year later, we are once again greeted by this powerful lunation. What felt chaotic and uncertain now feels hopeful.  

This week, reflect on how you can be more open to change, more fluid and free. You may have felt that you needed to be a “rock” for yourself and your family over the past year. Strong and stable, able to weather whatever life throws at you. But all of that hardness and resilience can be both physically and emotionally exhausting. There is another path forward. Instead, imagine yourself as water. Able to twist and turn yourself as necessary to navigate obstacles, to flow through them and around them rather than press against them. Your dreams and goals are flexible. Rather than facing sadness when you encounter a wall, imagine the numerous ways you can move around it. 

Share:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

On Key

Related Posts

Perfectionism

Perfectionism  Perfectionism is considered a personality trait and is not considered a personality disorder of its own .  Perfectionism can be caused by a fear

Objectivity

PrincipleStanding back decreases emotion and increases logic. How it works Have you ever been in a conversation where the other person said something like ‘Let’s look at

Organised vs Disorganised

There could be many reasons you’re so disorganized  There are many reasons for disorganization including perfectionism, lack of skills, our beliefs and indecision, as well

Why Listening is a Skill

Why Listening is a Skill Hearing and listening are not the same. You hear music, the sound of rainfall, or the sound of food being

Gratitude

With Christmas/thanksgiving, we’ll all soon be taking time to recognise what we’re grateful for. It’s a nice gesture, of course, but why do we do