Impermanence visits our “sacred circle” even when we face heaven and hell with an evenness of mind. In mayhem, we meet transformation.
Transformation is not five minutes from now;
it’s a present activity. In this moment you can make a different choice,
and it’s these small choices and successes that build up
over time to help cultivate a healthy self-image and self-esteem
I’m fascinated with the idea of transformation as a present activity. In a single moment, we face a choice between same-old, same-old or going all in for transformation.
Transformation opens us to what has never been so there is no blueprint, and I would argue, no labels of failure or success.
I’ve been glossing over the immediacy of transformation and moving straight into its life changing effects. Transformation involves process but each step requires an immediate choice.
In many ways, I was viewing transformation as an eventual mindset. Mindset is where we are when transformation comes to call and then upheaval ensues.
Mindsets are not without merit, not at all. They are our bank of experience yet they, too, are subject to change.
In transformation, we enrich our life experience. Even in mayhem, there is merit.