I’m in the process of going through some pretty big changes in my life right now; changes that are requiring me to move out of the comfort zone, step up and into deeper spaces of trust within myself and within my life.

These changes include leaving a yoga job that I’ve had for over 9 years and other work commitments that have supplemented my income whilst growing and developing my own business for the past two years.

I’ve been incredibly grateful for these jobs that brought in new experiences, deep connections and cash flow in amongst me pursuing my passion and life-purpose.

However, this year it feels right to let go and to trust in the process of my life, in all areas.

Change comes in many ways and in many forms in our lives.

In fact, we all know that the only ‘constant’ in life IS change.

It might come in the form of a devastating tragedy, a broken relationship, loss of a job, an illness, or death of a loved one. It can also be an exciting opportunity, change of residence, a new love relationship, a birth, or any other beautiful and inspiring life event.

What I have discovered in my life is that even though change can be challenging ~ change has often been for the best. It forces us out of our comfort zones into a space of surrender, trust, inspiration, humility and grace.

Accomplishing anything great in life usually requires significant change and the courage to follow through with that change, whatever that might mean.

Of course, dealing with seemingly negative and unexpected changes in our lives is often challenging, scary and painful. But so is staying in a relationship, job, or a life situation that no longer inspires or fulfills you.

Whatever change you’re dealing with, know that how you navigate that space of change will have an impact on your life and the lives of those around you, forever.

So often we found out who we really are in times of greatest adversity, upheaval and change.

These moments in our lives not so much shape us, but show us more of who we truly are!

And so, with a splash of fear, but also with deep knowing and a courageous heart ~ I feel ready to fully step into my life, to claim who I am and what I am here to do.

Are you?