Updated: Oct 12, 2021
With so much change and uncertainty on the planet, one may question, how can I accept all that is happening in the world around us? Global crisis, politics, warfare, and poverty. The unjust treatment from figures deemed as “leaders” in society.
As we heal and process the experiences that we've faced during this global pandemic, we must continue to educate ourselves and cultivate new ways that are much more sustainable and dynamic.
We are here to create change, and the impact that we have is far greater than you can imagine. So, how can we contribute and play a part? We first must learn to accept the things that we cannot change and place our focus on the things that we do have control over (here lies the inner work).
As we take the time to connect with ourselves, we begin to receive insights on the experiences and circumstances that have helped shape and create the world around us. We may begin to question our choices and core beliefs, and examine areas in our lives that feel disharmonious. This is completely normal as we dive deeper within. The layers begin to peal away, and lo and behold, we learn to 'swim' in a whole new way!
Doing this work isn’t easy, but when we cultivate tools that invite balance and harmony into our lives, the easier and more joyful life becomes. We foster an inner peace that is undeniable! Reiki and Feng Shui are some of the tools that I use that continuously help to reshape and balance my inner and outer landscape, especially during times of transition. These gentle healing modalities have brought forth clarity, comfort, and a deep sense of well-being.
Each morning as we rise, we are faced with choices. We get to decide how we show up and participate in the world. The more we look within, examine our role and the part that we play, the more we’ll understand how each conscious choice that we make has the ability to impact the world in a profound way.
When we accept the things that we cannot change and focus our attention on the things that we can, we become the leaders that we can rely on, and there is a great freedom in that!
Robyn Spieler 7-15-2020