Life isn’t going to be smooth sailing. There are highs and lows, dips and peaks that will confront us along our journey. It’s inevitable. It’s those times of crisis and chaos that are the gifts and the gems of life.
Crisis is YOUR CALL TO EVOLVE!
Crisis creates change. Change allows for growth. If everything was wonderful all the time we would have no reason to ever switch anything up. Most fitness junkies know that every 4-6 weeks we must change up our fitness program otherwise our body will hit a plateau and we will no longer reap maximum results. Life is similar. Without change we will cease to grow emotionally and spirituality. Crisis lights a fire under our butts to take affirmative action and make changes. Without chaos we might fall into the trap of living life on autopilot every day, forgetting that we have the freedom to make new choices at any moment.
There is a divine plan at work to move us forward in life and often crisis acts as the catalyst. Nothing ever happens TO you, it happens FOR you. You are here for a reason, and everything you experience happens for a higher purpose.
Navigating though chaos is a very transformative time in life and can be greatly supported nutritionally by means of a raw food cleanse. Cleansing is a humbling experience. It assists you in peeling away the layers and releasing all that you are physically and emotionally hanging on to. Eating living foods supplies you with all the nutrients your body requires, allowing it to release stored toxins, and balance your blood sugar which balances your moods, and clears up brain fog so you can see things more clearly.
I believe one important spiritual lesson in crisis is learning to choose the energy of surrender over that of control. It`s about choosing grace over struggle. Kris Kristofferson quotes “You don’t paddle against the current, you paddle with it” meaning relax and allow life to flow gracefully. Don’t stress over something you have limited control over- it`s a pointless waste of energy.
Treat yourself with kindness during this time. Have an open heart. Spend time doing things you love. When we radiate positive emotions we attract more positivity into our lives.
This transformative period of crisis is the perfect time to reunite with nature and re-establish your connectedness to life and everything around you.
Maintain a positive attitude. Don’t focus on the negative. Remember, lack cannot attract. The law of attraction is always in full effect whether you acknowledge it or not. Focus on desired results. Choose to grow though pleasure and not focusing on something that is out of your control. “This too shall pass”. It might seem really bad for a time but I can assure you it will not only pass but you will be elevated because of it becoming a stronger and better you.
“The difficult situation is a shell to a tremendous blessing that is hidden within. If we simply get rid of the problem we have lost the opportunity to reveal the blessing within”- Michael Berg
Navigating through chaos is about surrendering your need to control the situation, accepting the situation and trusting that even though you don’t see it at the time, God has bigger plans for you and this situation is simply a catalyst allowing you to step fully into your highest purpose.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Channa Serenity Bromley is a Holistic Beauty & Physical Wellbeing Specialist and a WBFF Bikini Pro. Her passion is to help women and children take control of their bodies, minds and spirits, and create balance and harmony in all aspects of their lives. She is dedicated to empowering women to sparkle by falling in love with themselves and making lifestyle changes necessary for their best possible health & happiness.
Sparkle: To Be Happy, Healthy, Authentic, Living with Passion and to know one’s own Beauty.
Channa has extensive education in psychology, holistic health and fitness. She has authored Conscious Living, Be-U-ty, and forthcoming children’s book, Isadora’s Journey. She is also active in working with and fundraising for orphanages, schools and non-profits globally that support children affected by illness and/or poverty.