Transition as a continuous process
By jennagriffiths | April 28, 2011
On the call yesterday with Vaishali we continued with the canoeing analogy.
Seeing yourself as a canoest on the river called life.
Life is constant change and every moment is a state of transition and unfolding.
Vaishali said we need to see our lives without preconceived ideas or expectations.
Like young children do.
Actually watching children grow is a good way to understand transition.
If we mothers could freeze frame our children’s lives probably we would.
Fortunately this isn’t possible.
Every time I blink my son seems to have grown another inch.
On the call we also discussed how sometimes, when its time to make a radical transition one feels compelled to change one’s name. This could just be minor changes like I do (for every new cycle in my life) or a radical change like Vaishali did, where she took on a single sacred name and dropped her first name entirely.
Vaishali’s message: transition means opportunity. Embrace it.
Vaishali will be in Dublin, Ireland 26 to 29 May 2011
To book and more about her tour and workshops visit
You can listen to the replay of our call inside the free auditorium of Earth School.
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