Trust & the Power of Commitment to Positive Change

I have to say, I don’t always completely trust the process of change.

I’m probably something of a “fair weather trust-er,” doubting its ultimate results when the change comes in a form different than I envisioned, or the process is uncomfortable.

It’s uncomfortable right now; turns out my injured foot has a fracture.

I’m grateful for the “moon boot” that’s helping me get around better than I have for the last two weeks and making sure my foot heals properly. And I’m grateful to have more support for this healing process.

And I’m glad I’ve cleared a bunch of emotional goo-ga that’s come up since the injury occurred.

But I have moments of unreasonable pessimism about it at times, as well as of feeling sorry for myself.

Yet underneath it all, I know it’s leading to greater strength and wholeness.

Always, I’d like this process to be easier.

And at the same time, I know some go through much more challenging health issues in their process of achieving greater unity and integration.

I am so grateful for all the assistance I’m receiving. And I am calling in more grace, more allowing, and even more support for this healing, on all levels.

Last summer, when a dear friend, upon hearing of my close connection with Mary Magdalene’s mother, suggested I communicate with her, find out her story, I was VERY resistant.

The degree of emotion I felt when I would sense this connection seemed so overwhelming, so intense that I didn’t want to go there.

And yet, I began hearing her voice in my head almost immediately.

Within a week’s time, I committed myself to taking down the messages that Mary Magdalene’s mother wanted to share with us.

This resulted not only in the gifts of The Third Mary: 55 Messages for Empowering Truth, Peace & Grace, but also of clearing up my discomfort in connecting with her, and accessing much more of myself.

I am much more fully present here now, which is an incredible and great gift; one I would have missed had I not made the commitment I did.

So I commit now to being fully present with my current healing process, and of finding as much appreciation for it, in and of itself, as possible.

And I am looking forward to all the positive changes this brings.

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2 thoughts on “Trust & the Power of Commitment to Positive Change

  1. I’m no expert, but based on what I’m reading here your positive changes are on there way sooner than later. If you keep demonstrating gratitude, even for difficult situations, and remain focused on the present, your blessings will arrive quickly. I pray that they do 🙂

    1. I agree with you, Joe! I think there’s some really rich stuff for me here. I’m a doer who now literally has to put her feet up! Writing this post has been helpful already. And thank you for all your support!

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