Making changes in our lives often has consequences and impacts our relationships. If you go back to school, for example, you may have less time to spend with loved ones.
It’s possible that the people your lives will react negatively when you change. They might feel like they are being left behind, that you think you too good for them, or they may feel bad because they don’t have the courage to make changes themselves.
Today we are going to tap for how the negative reactions of others to our change might slow us down.
I know I want this change…I know I want to move forward…I know how profoundly it will impact my life…I know the quality of life it will give me…And when this thing changes…It’s going to have rippling effects through my entire life…It’s not just about this goal…But it’s also about who I am…Which means it impacts all my relationships…Some of my relationships are going to be impacted in a really positive way…There are people in my life who are going to be cheerleaders for me to move forward…But this isn’t true for all of my relationships…There are going to be people…Who are going to be frustrated with this change…Not because they don’t want better for me…But because a change in me means a change for them…And people don’t like change…Especially change they didn’t create…And when I change…I create change in my relationships…But I know I need to make this change…And I know my relationships need to evolve along with this change…And even if it causes problems in the short term…In some of my relationships…This is the change that has to happen…This is a change that is good for me…In the short term and in the long term…In the short term my relationships might not catch up…But in the long term they will…I know this change is right for me…And even if it causes a little frustration with my loved ones…This is the right change for me…My relationships will evolve…My relationships will catch up…To me and my transformation.