Making friends with the discomfort of change.

Change…it’s all around us and an inevitable part of life.

If you are like me, and work very intentionally to manifest things,  change is a pretty steady part of your life.  You’re watching for it, you’re working towards it, you’re thinking about it, you’re visualizing it.

I have learned that as you bring in new energy to change old beliefs or paradigms in your life, things can get a weeeeeee bit uncomfortable as our body naturally puts up some resistance.  It’s all fat and happy with the way things are, even if they “suck”, because it is a known entity.

Trying to move forward and step into our success and power is very much in the “unknown zone” and damn! It seems dark and menacing to our subconscious mind!  It tries to “Keep us safe”.  The result?  Feelings  and energies of discomfort, uncertainty, fear, and “Run away, run very far away!” becomes the underlying message from our body and thoughts.

Especially at 3 AM!

I’ve learned a little mind trick to handle this and turn the discomfort into a positive thing.  I acknowledge the sensations – for me a tightness in my belly, an uncomfortable electricity in my body, a strong feeling of ill-ease…and I tell myself that “This is the energy of my power being fortified”.

I’ve been working on being aligned with wealth and success, and I’ve decided that this is the feeling of that alignment being downloaded into my energetic system…The cool thing is, that it really does work to dispell the anxious quality and let it settle into a calm.

Try it on any uncomfortable feeling…the only reason it’s uncomfortable is because we judge it as wrong or bad, which of course makes it all the more powerful.

Tell me how YOU make friends with the discomfort of change, and be sure to share this post if you like it…it’s sure to bring relief to your peeps!

If you’d like more – start your journey from Anxious to Awesome today by Checking out my Stress Busting Resiliency Homestudy Course– giving you 8- 30 minute audios full of actual healing sessions, tools and techniques, mindset shifting, and handouts.  It covers all the areas creating stress in our lives including MONEY, RELATIONSHIPS, HEALTH, SLEEP, ANXIETY, and DEPRESSION.  A powerful way to have a healer in your house, at your command – even if it’s 3 AM!

Advertisements

About Bambi Thompson

Bambi Thompson, OTR/L is an Anxiety Transformation and Breakthrough Specialist who trains your brain to reroute stress,limiting beliefs, and insecurity to a new path of clarity, calm, and confidence—ultimately unleashing your success. Bambi's approach to empowered transformation brings the neuroscience to the metaphysical, and in the most straightforward English imaginable—your brain will be rewired but your head won't spin. Bambi is an Occupational Therapist, an Intuitive and Energy Healer, and a Panic Disorder survivor who's toolbox pulls from neuroscience, spirituality, energy medicine techniques, and her deeply empathetic nature. Her unique and powerfully successful approach involves teaching you the tools to re-program yourself for inner peace, goal achievement, and success. The results? Profound change in all aspects of your life!
This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Making friends with the discomfort of change.

  1. Christine says:

    Hi Bambi! Great post! I also get a lot of tension in my stomach area when I am nervous about an upcoming change–especially when my mind over-analyzes everything vs. just listening to my intuition and following my gut. I have to remind myself to slow down and breathe–yoga breaths help a lot. Then, I stay quiet, and wait for the intuition to speak and guide me what to do! A work in progress (my brain likes to keep chattering and over-analyzing everything), but we take it one step at a time and get better each time!

  2. That’s a neat trick! I remind myself of all the people who can’t get past their fears and tell myself I’m not one of those people!

  3. And indeed you are NOT my friend. I like that approach- a lot! Thanks.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s