We humans seem to have an extraordinary capacity for
transformation. If you’re familiar with Joanne Molinaro who is known as the
Korean Vegan on social media, you know that transformation is possible. We can
go from busy corporate lives to become full time creatives like magical, badass
What we see on the outside is a fraction of the change that
is going on inside. To transform our outside lives, takes much more
transformation on the inside. It takes commitment to our inner healing, creativity
to imagine our lives differently from how we built them, and bravery to create
the new life.
I Know About Transformation.
My spiritual awakening has transformed nearly every aspect
of my life. I too went from unfulfilled corporate ladder climber to full-time
creative. Each step came with its own challenges and rewards. The greater transformation
though has been within me. The way I approach myself and the world.
It’s sometimes hard to write about all the changes that are
happening within me. It feels like I’ve been through many different transformations
over the last couple of years. Sometimes they seem indistinguishable and roll
into one big transformation like seasons changing within the year.
The thing is, I don’t mind transformation and change. All
this change that’s occurred in my life has been challenging and I would do it
all again to be where I am now in my life. I’m far more peaceful and happier
than I was when I felt stuck in a job and life that no longer resonated.
My Latest Transformation.
Since I became aware of my spiritual awakening, I’ve been
allowing whatever transformation that needed to happen run its course. The work
and the healing have all been worth it. It has been equally challenging and
Lately I’ve been realizing a transformation that has surprised
me. I was guided by my intuition towards lightwork and the idea of being a
lightworker. In a recent YouTube video, I spoke about discovering that I am a
lightworker, and since then, I’ve been learning to work with my energy body.
I love these changes, the part that is most challenging for
me is trusting. By allowing transformation and change, I’m never sure what the
outcome will be. I released attachment to the outcome of my spiritual awakening
a long time ago. That doesn’t mean that it’s easy.
Letting go of attachment is a practice for me. In my old
life, I strategized and planned my path forward. In this transformed life, I go
with my heart, my intuition, and my wisdom from my healed self.
I have no idea who I will become when this cycle of my life
completes, and maybe change and transformation never end. Whatever happens
though, I’m sure it will be both challenging and rewarding.
I found this little scene, see pic below, on a walk a couple of weeks ago. This
weekend I passed by it again only to find that the leaves had withered away. The
cycle of transformation continues.