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Eric Caprarese

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Change and Evolving is Part of Life

Change and Evolving with Eric CaprareseAre you ready for a Change?

To begin my post today I have to share a famous quote by one of my favorites, Joel Osteen;  Change is one of the most difficult things we all face, but it is through change that God births new dreams, plans and opportunities. Isaiah 43:19 (NLT) “For I am about to do something new.” Part of receiving the new is letting go of the old. If you are going to see God’s increase, recognize when the winds are shifting. Don’t hold on to something when God is trying to birth something new. Remember, on the other side of change is a new season of favor, increase and abundance! -Joel Osteen

Has the fear of change or transition created concern, or an adverse effect on your life? If so, you are not alone. Every day millions of people experience various forms of anxiety or fear, while attempting to make decisions.

They say we all fear change and I am one that agrees change never really feels good during the process but once the metamorphosis of change occurs it is usually a feeling like none other.  To progress in life and move down your given path there will always be these times of change confronting you.  Many of us will try to fight the change and keep things nice and steady down the path we have been traveling to keep from that uneasy feeling and fear of the unknown.  This is just being human and we all go through it.

I have always been the speaker that talks adamantly about “never giving up”, “staying focused”, and “staying the course” which I believe is essential during times of growth, but what about the beginning of a new era?  When do you finally cut ties and move down a new path?

This is one of the hardest things to do in life and requires a lot of thought and, in my case, prayer.  Changing your direction could be a mistake if due diligence is not taken.  A “knee jerk reaction” or “rash decision” can be costly in many ways.  You could end up hurting yourself, others, and/or your income.

When one is at a crossroads in life, what does one do?  Here are some helpful tips on how to navigate through the scenery of life with the most Trust, Knowing and Faith.

1. Remind yourself daily that you are extremely and ridiculously blessed. Everywhere I go and every step I take, I am showered with gifts from angels that are sometimes and usually, disguised as humans.  Ok…So now you know I am a big believer in angels.  My guardian angel is definitely overworked (smile) but has helped to guide me for years.   They always show me the way.  Open your mind and heart to having a guardian angel that always protects and guides you.
I have three things in my life I turn to when I am seeking words of guidance and solace.   I have been lucky enough to realize early on that aligning myself with smarter, healthier, and wealthier people than myself would make my life easier.  Go to those that you trust and have a deep respect for.  Chances are great that these people have already crossed the path you are on and have the answers you need to make a breakthrough.  CAUTION: This is very risky if not done with the right mentor.  Please don’t follow the “self proclaimed gurus”.  Most have no idea what the right path is and chances are you know more than they do.  I have had to learn this by watching these people personally hype/sell their “knowledge and expertise” when they have never achieved the goals and success they are preaching on themselves.
2. The questions I ask myself when I’m at a crossroads are:
  • Am I happy?
  • Am I free?
  • Do I feel held and supported?
If any answers to these questions are a “no” then move towards where your inner and outer worlds respond to as a “yes.”
3. Pray, Meditate, Practice
Spiritual practice is designed for the human being to realign with the highest possibility of what life has to offer.  So we practice, we practice, practice, practice.  We consistently and constantly come back to the practice.  Why?  To reset, restart, and remember for those shifts to begin and take place.  After a while of practicing, those “shifts” begin to embody and settle deep into your system.  Once planted and integrated to a certain degree, it never leaves.
4. Remember,  You are not in control.  Of anything!  What a relief, right?  Can you imagine what life would be like if we were the conductors of it all—this great big gigantic universe?  Jeez, what a job. No thanks.  If you’re a control freak, you have to get over it—real quick.  The sooner the better.  If the door says pull, pushing won’t do you any good.  If you want to be motivated and inspired daily you MUST sign up for tut.com.
5. LIFE IS SHORT…Have fun!  Your only job is to listen and respond to the call. If you feel like you can’t hear—work on your listening.

Change and Evolving is part of life.  Accepting this and embracing it will enhance your journey, free your spirit and put you back on the right path.

Eric Caprarese




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