Linda Lancashire Psychic

Change

Hello Readers,

In this life, there is nothing more guaranteed than change. The seasons change, the weather constantly changes and nothing stands still. Even our faces and bodies change as we get older. All of us are either at the beginning of a new chapter, in the middle of an episode or at the end of a cycle. Time waits for no one and change is inevitable.

We are all creatures of habit. We go to bed and rise the next day at roughly the same time. Everyone needs routine and structure, but some people will take their obsessiveness with doing absolutely everything at the exact same time each and every day, week in, week out, month in and month out, year after year to a brand new level, where there is no room or welcome party for anyone who dares to suggest a fraction of a change that could improve their lifestyle or broaden their vision.

Lots of people dislike change. They see any kind of change as a threat. They use the quotation, ‘If it isn’t broken, why mend it? Whereas there are lots of inventive people that will take something to pieces and reconstruct it to look completely different, using the same components. This is because they are imaginative, think progressively and unafraid to have a go at trying something new. A case of nothing ventured, nothing gained.
The fearful and undaring will always have the same meals on certain days of every week. Many are petrified at the mere thought of trying different foods or holidaying in new and exciting places, preferring to stick to the tried and tested, just in case they didn’t like it. They are incapable of considering the fact that they just may enjoy the experience be a whole lot more happier by making a few small changes.

I have even listened to people who have gone into temporary melt down when a ‘Paint’ firm brings out new shades of ‘Cream or Magnolia’, because they agonise over which shade of the same colour to have on their lounge walls and in the end, after spending a small fortune on sample paint pots, they go back to exactly the same shade of paint they have always had. They will always shop at the same shops, put exactly the same goods in their shopping trolley and if their routine is thrown out by just a few minutes, their whole day is completely ruined and yet, they are often very envious and begrudge those who sincerely embrace life and whose cups are always half full and overflowing compared to those whose cups are permanently half empty and on the point of any liquid still in them on the point of evaporation.

Often these people feel angry with those who insist on doing things differently, but if they were just to pause for a few moments, they could discover that by following someone else’s example and act a bit more adventurously, they could be very pleasantly surprised at the outcome and gain a bit more self confidence whilst they were at it.

For most people, change conjurers up fear and uncertainty which results in resistance and entrenchment. They have a 9 – 5 mentality and are often the first to moan and complain that nothing exciting ever happens to them, yet reluctant to dare tweak their regimented time table in case they discovered a better and more efficient way of doing things.
I am sure many of you know someone like this. These people’s lives consists of work bed, bed work, dustbin and back, and that’s just about it!! Insanity is doing the same thing day in and day out and yet expecting a different result. When you learn to master the mind and manage those ‘uncomfortable feelings’ faith and courage can be found. Gradually, uncomfortable becomes comfortable and faith overcomes fear and its only on the other side of fear where we are able to live our best lives.

A famous Holocaust survivor, Viktor Frankl used this quote.

‘When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves’.

Everyone should read his best selling book, ‘A Man’s Search For Meaning, From Death Camp To Existentialism – Say Yes To Life’.

Dr. Wayne Dyer, one of the world’s most renowned writers and deep thinkers quotes ‘ When you change the way you look at things, the Things you look at Change’.

If we don’t allow ourselves to subscribe to change, we no longer grow mentally, emotionally, physically nor spiritually and we also deny ourselves the chance to experience so many wonderful opportunities to enjoy life to the full. But upon saying all this, we all have choices and with those choices are our consequences.
The moment you stop criticising yourself and start approving of yourself, just wait and see what happens. Its the passport to living a more wondrous and fulfilling life. Never limit your challenges, challenge your limits!!

Until Next Week
Love and Light,
Linda and The Lulas xxx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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