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Blooming with Spring

As nature starts to bloom and we lead into Summer, we as humans naturally start to bloom too. After all, we are part of nature.

Flower Blooming in Spring

Think about the Spring / Summer season and what it means to you. When you visualise these seasons and what they mean to you, you’ll probably notice that it signifies the start of new beginnings, a reset, a real breath of fresh air. 

The warmer weather starts settling in, the leaves and blossom on the trees start flourishing and a whole variety of flowers will stem. In my personal opinion, this has to be one of the best seasons of the year, as it brings such a powerful energy to life. You can’t deny that. 

Time and time again as the years pass by, the seasons show up and play their part. Nothing stops them, nothing will get in their way. They know that it’s their time to shine, no matter the circumstances.  

I love the saying “There’s nothing in nature that blooms all year round”. It’s true, this is a reminder for us to know it’s not something we need to do either. Cooler months are essentially for hibernation. I know we can’t literally hibernate like other animals and aspects of nature, but we can take it slow, change our lifestyle and take a step back to recharge and re-energise. 

Happy Smiling Woman

As we enter a new cycle of the year, we should allow ourselves to reflect on the last few months in order to make new goals and set new intentions. We’ve all had a rough year and without a doubt we’re all probably still uncertain about what’s to come. However, with that being said, I don’t want you to turn down your time to bloom because of external circumstances. 

Wherever you are right now, whatever you’re doing. Just know you’re exactly where you’re supposed to be, doing what you’re supposed to be doing. However, you know that desire you have burning inside you, and that real urge to lean towards something that lights you up? A dream you’ve been dreaming. That’s your intuition or sub-conscious mind telling you to do it, go for it. It’s your time. Don’t play small or downplay yourself in anyway shape or form. 

There will never be the right time, you will always have the present moment and that’s it. Life is uncertain, it always has been and always will be so stop waiting for the right ‘moment’.   

There are three rules to life; 

  1. Embrace what you can’t control – learn to adapt and overcome. 
  1. Don’t seek perfection, start with what you have now. If you never try, you’ll never know. 
  1. Last but not least, focus on the good. Give attention to higher positive frequencies and they will return. Believe it and you will receive it! 

Show up for yourself, you don’t need nothing or no one to verify your time, it’s yours to own. Don’t stand in your own way either – we are our own worst enemy when it comes to our own dreams and desires, we resist and feel somewhat nervous to stand in our true power. Whatever is happening to you or around you right now, just know it’s part of life. Not your whole life. You are deserving of this new season to shine bright, stand tall and bloom. 

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