In any change, there comes a time when you know that old ways are not supporting the new:
Growth, change, development can be terrifying because what we once we believed as our truth can feel like it’s dying and being eroded away. Transformation has to involve a period of letting the old fall. If it doesn’t, nothing has changed.
But in the ‘period of time’ when it’s happening it can feel like we have nothing to hold on to, that the world as we believed it was doesn’t feel real anymore, or that what have always known for us is coming to an end.
Depending on what you are working on right now, is there something that needs to fall away in order for the new to emerge?
For business, it could be a habit, strategy, piece of work that no longer supports who you have become or what you want to share with the world.
It could be a relationship you are part of where the old rules of how it went no longer apply or a restricting what it could become next.
For your career/work, it could mean letting fall a lifetime of learning in a specific area as the work no longer fulfills you or drives you.
Sometimes we hold on to the old ways because we don’t have enough clarity of the new, yet. So, we hold on tighter. This restricts the growth and nothing can emerge. It takes courage to release the old ways. A trusting that you can put it quietly down now and still remain standing with all the knowledge, learning and wisdom of the old.
What could emerge if you let it fall: what you know in your heart, needs to be … with courage … released?