Change is not always easy – especially if you suffer with ‘adjustment disorder’; ehem. But sometimes change is forced upon us, and we must find ways to approach and accept transition. In discovering this little technique, (I call it – self-talk to comfort the borderline ‘square’) I have learnt to accept unavoidable change. Our negative inner-voice is what creates resistance, and it is rarely for our higher good. Have you noticed how in resisting change, a great deal more resistance is created? Change is part of life, and life is to be experienced, not feared.
Instead of resisting, try to acknowledge. This non-verbal exercise will not attract attention; well, I haven't been committed yet!
With your incoming breath, ACKNOWLEDGE the change you are resisting. With your exhaling breath RELEASE the resistance. In minutes your negative thought patterns will disperse and the bad energy will gradually DISAPPEAR. Sabotaging energies, such as fear, insecurity and timidity can prevent us from experiencing new things.
Do we really want to live inside the square?