I had this funny feeling last weekend. I had an epiphany; I wasn’t comfortable with those transitions between situations or events and experiences. I felt uncomfortable having to regain my emotional footing, my sense of equilibrium in those moments or hours and for some, weeks, months, maybe years, bridging one event/place with the next good experiential space. I can get teary then grit my teeth and shake it off, the tough girl coming to the forefront. I’ll explain.
I’ve learned through years of practice to be totally in the moment. We all too often hang out in the past or zoom to the future missing the magic of the present. Just true. So, I’m living in the current minute then realize it too will shift, change and float away, saying goodbye to events, experiences, loved ones, my mind convoluted and spinning, heart rattled or shaken hard. Tears close. Now I’m in the no-zone between time frames, like edges of photographs before the next one appears. This is where the emotional equilibrium can go cattywampus. Where fear can creep into the picture, into our lizard brain, in that “change,” skating on thin ice, the unknown.
Of course there are opposites; the excitement of going to the next adventure, the next opportunity that’s powerfully motivating and exhilarating, awakening our mental mojo. Our emotional juju. That’s the flip.
But life is a world of duality and dichotomy. For as many anticipatory moments we have over the course of our lives, we ~lucky us~ get to move through those experiences in the middle of the spectrum to the far opposite. These are great ops. Because once we realize how and why we feel the way we do through the interval, no-man’s land, we can “change our minds,” embracing those transitory train-car-moves, and look forward to the new destination, the next station, what’s on the docket, next. Now.
And what if I apply “intervals, interludes, and transitions” to the Bigger Picture? The brief transitory moments, the connectors, the intersections between the larger experiences and major events in our lives, can be analogous to our multiple lifetimes. These quick, brilliant, hundred year episodes, (~God forbid the anology (wink wink) “bugs on the windshield,” ~) life-in-the-fast-lane human experiences, are the “in-between” events in the larger cosmic context of our greater, more vast selves/soul wild adventure. Pretty expansive, pretty cool.
My point is to embrace even these uncomfortable transitory events in our lives – the goodbyes, divorce, jobs ending, death, ~embrace humanness~ the unknown ~ as an opportunity to tune inward, listen, get quiet. Breathe. Connect. See what the story is. Because then, we are writing our own script, jumping in and connecting all the dots with focus.
Life is good even in the interludes, intervals and transitions.
Cosmic sunshine to you.
Candia Sanders is an International Medical Intuitive, High Frequency Healer, Author and Speaker -an Eternal Optimist- who has helped countless thousands of people ease their medical issues, navigate important relationships and find their soul’s purpose and life direction. Candia is also the author of the transcendent new book, “Soul Rays: Discover the Vibratory Frequency of Your Soul“. She has also written a lively magical and spiritual children’s adventure called “The Adventures of Jack Starr, In Hawaii.”