The word transformation sounds like a beautiful and inviting term but it is not always sunshine and rainbows, to alter oneself, takes immense effort and preparation.
Those who experience a major transformation in their life are not always ready for it and an even greater percentage of those try to reject it as it always appears something bad is happening to you.
Most of the events will leave you feeling lost because it almost feels like many of the things in your life begin quickly falling out of place, but contrary to this, it is when things begin transforming. You may even find yourself losing friends, family or even closely guarded possessions.
This can be extremely difficult to grasp but learning to understand that many of the things lost in the process are never really meant to be part of the process. Some things won’t be part of your new phase so nature finds a way to begin filtering them. A shift in paradigm begins to take place so that we may be better equipped to tackle the new feat that is coming.
This change in mindset can be very hard to embrace because it forces you to unlearn a lot of things you know to be true and it is more difficult to become accustomed to new beliefs and principles in your adulthood.
Significant life changes rarely come through and it isn’t always easy to spot them when they do. I have experienced similar events through my own recovery that might serve as focal points in your own journey and aid you in spotting transformation.
This guide will serve you much like a map to help you become a bit more comfortable when a transformation is on the horizon.