Does change have to be difficult?


time for change

What about easy and effortless?

Change really is simply a matter of retraining our minds. Make some rock solid choices about what we are going to believe about life, what we really want and allowing it to be so.

I always loved it when Captain Piccard would raise his hand and tell the bridge staff to, “Make it so.” I had a puppy that took many, many reminders that the outdoors not rugs was the place to pee. I reminded her until she agreed. Was it hard, not really. It just took a bit of patience and a lot of reminders.

Dogs, when well trained are wonderful and very loving companions. Change can be easy if we are willing to allow it to be. We can begin to habitually create what we do want on a daily basis instead of more of the same old same old that we don’t want.

Your brain is plastic

It’s not made of plastic but it is plastic as in it is highly transformable. We aren’t hard wired, even as adults we can retrain our thinking. Some studies have even shown that people can rewire their ability to walk and talk after massive strokes.

I look at our thoughts as being either conscious choices or habitual thoughts. Today you will think approximately 50,000 thoughts and 95% of those thoughts will be the same thoughts you thought yesterday. Lots of habitual thoughts. Heck just a LOT of thinking go on that isn’t really thinking. It is a lot of repetition of thoughts that have been around since you were a little kid. Time for a change of station perhaps?

So how do you retrain your mind, easily?

I have found that the more senses we involve the easier change becomes.  When we were young we were immersed in our senses, we felt a whole lot more than we thought. That was why we it was so easy to create our filter system.

Affirmations are very powerful agents of change, if we really feel what we are saying. Clearly picturing what we do want and feeling ourselves already having it works well to. Changing our point of creation from our mind to our spirit allows us to release out limiting thinking and realign ourselves with our limitless nature.

You really are limitless you know, unless you believe your mind’s version of reality. The fear based one. When you align with your spirit you know life is a fun adventure where you get to play with energy and can use that energy to have wonderful adventures. Those are three really wonderful ways to make change easy.

Meditation is a fourth powerful tool of transformation. Poke around my website. There are lots of free resources that will help you with all four modalities.

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With love and aloha,

2 Responses to Does change have to be difficult?

  1. Jen Bagley says:


    I am developing a change management-related presentation and really like your “Time for Change” image. I’m wondering if I could use this if I were to credit you? This is for work purposes, but it will not be distributed, just used by me for a presentation I need to deliver. Given this and your copyright information, I wanted to check with you on if this would be possible.

    Thank you in advance for your consideration!


    • Susan says:

      I bought the right to use that image at istockphotos – you can go there and buy it yourself. And they have LOTS of great images.

      With love,

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