This morning I quickly ran out to snap this image.
I call it – – – Ecstasy of Light
Now frozen in time.
A few minutes later, this is how the light changed. Revealing a new beauty hidden in the light before.
A reminder that nothing is permanent. I am, the Universe is, and everyone in it is – constantly changing.
Sometimes we resist change, we may not like it, or don’t think we need it. We don’t want to rock the boat, we stay.
I’ve learned to welcome it with open arms.
Every change brings me new gifts. Gifts that are hidden and that I could not have imagined while still in that other place, that place before change.
Change can happen quickly or slowly, it depends on us, on how willing we are to say YES to it.
The key is to be able to let go, without letting go there can be no change. Without being open and accepting the new, there can be no change.
I have entered a new level of consciousness. I’m not real steady yet on my footing, but as I let go of the old, of what is no longer serving my highest good, I become stronger in my walk of the new.
How about you? Are you accepting change in your life? Love to hear from you.
© Masha Gitel Ellman 2015
8 thoughts on “Welcoming Change”
i’m excited to be in a new chapter of my life where change is okay. i’m learning to let go of a lot of things, and it’s comforting to know that people are in the same boat as me. thank you (:
Leenzx, I’m excited for you. Entering a new phase in our life may be a little rocky, but it always turns out to be the best thing ever when I follow my guidance and listen to my higher self. Blessings to you.
thank you (:
Love it! I really enjoy seeing the photos you took of the same place over time. Beautiful.
I love the photographs over the span of the morning. Beautiful!
Caroline, me too, I love the lighting. Thank you.
I feel I am always welcoming ‘Change’ in my life — sometimes too many times in one day, but nothing is ever stagnant, right? — and the hardest part of the ‘Letting Go’ process for me is that with many things, I thought I let go, and yet it always tends to come back again.
I understand that the Universe throws this at us when there are lessons to be learned before moving on, but maybe it’s just me, and I need to dig more deeper in the process of letting go so that new changes can occur.
Dear Shami, I find the same for me, every time i think ok, now I’ve conquered fear, that I’ve worked through it and let it go, I’m surprised that I’m right back in the thick of it. I find that there are always deeper and deeper layers to unfold. So I agree with you, life is forever changing, nothing is stagnant. Thanks for taking the time to read my post and love your response. xoxo