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Prepare For a Big Change
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Life changes are inevitable and can take place in a variety of contexts, including personal, professional, interpersonal, or emotional aspects. These changes frequently result in a variety of experiences and results, both positive and negative. The potential for personal development is one of change's most important effects. When faced with change, people frequently have to adapt, pick up new skills, or get past hurdles. This can build their resilience, boost their self-confidence, and give them a wider perspective on life.

Changes in life can also bring about new chances and opportunities. They could lead to new environments and connections. Accepting change can result in self-discovery, which paves the way for people to identify their hidden talents, passions, and aspirations. It might motivate people to venture outside of their comfort zones and take on innovative endeavors that are consistent with their shifting values and objectives. Additionally, it could give you a sense of adventure, excitement, and newfound purpose.

It is imperative to understand that change can be challenging and result in uncertainty, discomfort, or loss. When faced with unexpected events, shifting from accustomed routines might cause stress, worry, or a sense of instability. People must navigate many stages of adaptation and adjustment. However, when people develop coping skills, learn to live with uncertainty, accept change, and have a better understanding of themselves, these challenges can actually help people grow more resilient.


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A big change is coming into your life. But right now, you are here. Make yourself comfortable and focus on your breath. If you're sitting, recognize how the chair feels underneath you. If you're standing, notice how the ground feels beneath your feet. Imagine your breath filling your whole body. Now look inward to your deepest feelings and then to the quiet place beneath those feelings. Acknowledge your sacred spiritual center. It's okay if you still feel some uneasiness right now. Just breathe through it. What is this big change? Tell yourself what it is. Is there something about this change that worries you? Tell yourself what that is. Is there anything about this change that you're looking forward to? Now repeat these affirmations in your mind. My spirit is strong. I have faith that I can handle whatever comes. I have made it through all of my hardest days. I can't control what happens, but I can control how I respond. God is with my spirit. Take a deep breath in. Now let a long breath out. Great job.

Watching Now
Prepare For a Big Change
Prepare For a Big Change
Skylight • 04:36

Life changes are inevitable and can take place in a variety of contexts, including personal, professional, interpersonal, or emotional aspects. These changes frequently result in a variety of experiences and results, both positive and negative. The potential for personal development is one of change's most important effects. When faced with change, people frequently have to adapt, pick up new skills, or get past hurdles. This can build their resilience, boost their self-confidence, and give them a wider perspective on life.

Changes in life can also bring about new chances and opportunities. They could lead to new environments and connections. Accepting change can result in self-discovery, which paves the way for people to identify their hidden talents, passions, and aspirations. It might motivate people to venture outside of their comfort zones and take on innovative endeavors that are consistent with their shifting values and objectives. Additionally, it could give you a sense of adventure, excitement, and newfound purpose.

It is imperative to understand that change can be challenging and result in uncertainty, discomfort, or loss. When faced with unexpected events, shifting from accustomed routines might cause stress, worry, or a sense of instability. People must navigate many stages of adaptation and adjustment. However, when people develop coping skills, learn to live with uncertainty, accept change, and have a better understanding of themselves, these challenges can actually help people grow more resilient.


View Transcript
A big change is coming into your life. But right now, you are here. Make yourself comfortable and focus on your breath. If you're sitting, recognize how the chair feels underneath you. If you're standing, notice how the ground feels beneath your feet. Imagine your breath filling your whole body. Now look inward to your deepest feelings and then to the quiet place beneath those feelings. Acknowledge your sacred spiritual center. It's okay if you still feel some uneasiness right now. Just breathe through it. What is this big change? Tell yourself what it is. Is there something about this change that worries you? Tell yourself what that is. Is there anything about this change that you're looking forward to? Now repeat these affirmations in your mind. My spirit is strong. I have faith that I can handle whatever comes. I have made it through all of my hardest days. I can't control what happens, but I can control how I respond. God is with my spirit. Take a deep breath in. Now let a long breath out. Great job.


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