Live a Life of Abundance By Accepting Change

Live a life of abundance by embracing change

By Sorge Menendez

The only constant thing in life is change.

The more I study life, the more I realize that there are certain laws that you cannot break, regardless how hard you may try to.

One of these laws is the law of change.

Before I realized then accepted that change was an inevitable aspect of life, I was about the most miserable person you could meet.

I continually tried to grasp and try to hold on to everything; trying to keep things the same forever, suffering and feeling angry whenever change upset the balance of any part of my life.

Once I accepted the futility of trying to resist change and decided to respect and EMBRACE the law instead (mostly through suffering), my life has radically changed for what I believe to be the better.

I am healthier, happier, and best of all, more psychologically sound.

The best way I’ve found to embrace change is by understanding what change is, how it works, as well as its inevitability, then choosing to accept it.

If you look everywhere, you are constantly being bombarded with what I call “the illusion of constancy.”

“Buy this and you can keep your youth…” “Read this book and you can keep your relationship happy and problem-free forever…” “Stay in that job…it’s stable and secure.”

It’s as if everything is set up to constantly try to brainwash you into thinking that stability can be achieved, that security is the best thing, that change is evil.

The problem with that propaganda is that it is using an illusion to trick you into believing the message behind it; a really effective illusion, but still an illusion nonetheless.

From a biological perspective, there’s no such thing as truly “keeping your youth…”, “and they lived happily ever after” usually takes place only at the end of certain (crappy) books, and the idea of a “secure job” in an shifty economy where you can be fired at any time over something as simple as whether your boss likes the way you dot your i’s or not, is the biggest lie you have ever be told (check out Robert Kiyosaki’s work for more in-depth info on this).

Yet, the minute you begin to dehypnotize yourself by taking responsibility and immersing yourself in the self-improvement process (through reading articles like this one or any of the others in my site, the illusory nature of this propaganda truly begins to show itself and eventually, before you croak, you hopefully realize the fact that:

Change is inevitable.

And your life suddenly changes.

Change is.

At a small scale, you are not the same person you were 5 seconds ago.

Just reading the beginning of this article changed the order of thousands, if not millions of tiny neurons within your brain.

Something as simple as typing on your keyboard probably dislodged hundreds of dead cells in your fingertips (changing their shape at a microscopic level) and you probably lost several thousand more dead cells in your body if you scratched yourself while reading…

At a larger scale, the earth probably rotated a bit more and the entire solar system moved billions of miles around the sun in the minute it took you to read this; and that’s without taking into consideration the amount of things that changed throughout the ENTIRE UNIVERSE (galaxies died, new stars were born) in the time it took you to read this article.

Your true nature is change.

Now, throw in a billion other people and their actions going through change and you may realize how inevitable change truly is.

What is the best way to deal with change?

The only way: 1) You recognize it as unavoidable, 2) You accept its nature, and 3) You embrace it!

I’m amazed of how many people are afraid of change. They try to resist it as much as possible, oftentimes digging themselves into a hole of mediocrity in the way.

“If you can’t beat them—join them…”

Instead of being afraid of change, make it your ally.

Do not resist it, hate it, or be afraid of it, just learn to flow with it.

It’s going to happen whether you like it or not AND THERE’S NOT MUCH YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT.

Things will change.

You will eventually change jobs; your significant other will not be the same one you met the day you first laid eyes on them and, if I did my job right, after reading this article you will never be the same person again.

Hopefully it’s helped you change for the best.


How are you resisting change in your life?


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