Peaceful Transition

How do you handle change? What helps you through transition? Would you like to create a peaceful transition?

Change inevitably happens. People change jobs, homes, daily routines, friends, and partners. Businesses and organizations change management, team members, products, and processes. Currently, the United States is transitioning leadership.  

Change may lead to a mixture of feelings and emotions, which people sometimes let control who they are and how they show up in the world.  People tend to resist change or embrace it.

Resisting something keeps energy focused on the thing not wanted. It focuses on the “no.” How do you feel when resisting something? 

Creating a desired outcome involves putting forth generative energy.  It shines the light on the “yes.” What does it feel like to create something you desire? 

Approaching transition with a focus on the desired result may increase a sense of peace. To move through a transition period, it may help to consider the following: 

1) What are my values? What are my needs? What results do I want to create in life? 

2) How do I act to create this life? Will these actions reflect my values and fill my needs? What is the first step I will take? 

3) When I create those results, who will I be?  How does the person who has these results show up? What do I need to do to show up as that person? 

By considering these questions, it helps enter a state of creating the desired result. It does not mean there will not be strong feelings and emotions to feel and process. It simply helps choose the actions rather than letting the emotions control.

Creating a life you love living allows you to be more peaceful in the process. Are you ready for a peaceful transition?

Sherry Bruckner

Sherry Bruckner

A civil and family mediator, transformational coach, speaker, and trainer, Sherry Ann Bruckner lives in Alexandria, Minnesota. Visit brucknermediation.com/services to learn more or call Sherry at (320) 808-3212 for help transforming conflict and creating peace in your home, organization, or community.
Sherry Ann Bruckner

As always, be gentle with you. Be gentle with all. Be the peace.