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The Process of Transformation

Updated on September 6, 2021
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I have over 10 years of experience in the alternative healing and energy fields as a healer and learner of the ancient healing sciences.

Defining Transformational Processes

Life takes sudden twists and turns as we go through diverse experiences, changes, or traumatic experiences. This can shock our emotional and subtle body fields, creating issues in how we respond, a sense of trauma and wounds that follow us over many years.

Without the tools of getting rid of the wounds and memory imprints that have taken place from sudden traumas or incidents, we repeat what has taken place. We can carry the wounds for the rest of our lives, causing us to become helpless and to block opportunities and our true potential.

The work of transformational processes assists us in beginning to develop and alter our belief system while releasing the wounds that do not serve us. It offers fresh perspectives on who we truly are while releasing the past that does not belong to us.

The Art of Transformation

Transforming Your Life

Transformation takes place at many levels. True changes are like the phoenix, burning to a complete death and rising from the ashes into a beautiful bird.

Over a lifetime, our emotional and spiritual bodies go through many phases of death and re-birth, taking place in our health, wealth, relationships, and purpose in life.

Often, the death-rebirth process leads to a natural trauma, creating an imprint on what has happened.

Have you ever listened to someone who is speaking about the possibility for a new opportunity? And instead of examining it, they start telling you stories - about how they don't really want it, it won't fit, etc. Usually, these stories are connected to a wound or trauma that they are holding and won't release.

Transformational processes supports the natural life changes that take place with the death-rebirth process. It allows you to move into the transformations you need without the wounds or trauma being held. It drops the stories that you are telling yourself, which limits you from the possibilities that can take place around and within you.

Nonduality and Life Transformation

There are several practices and approaches used with the process of transformation. A specific approach that is used is on non - duality. In this particular method, it is noted that there are no problems. There isn't anything to fix and everything is okay and acceptable as it is.

With the nonduality approach, one is able to look at their life as perfect as it is. This settles the mind and stops the chaotic beliefs and thoughts from continuing to run our lives. Instead, there is a natural acceptance of various situations so we can begin to transform internally first. What happens, as a result, is new perspectives and doors to begin altering who we are while remaining in a sense of peace.

If you fall into a problem or stressful situation, stop before you react. Recognize what is really happening, almost as if you are looking down on yourself. And embrace the change which is taking place. You will find that there are answers, guidance, and direction is all available to you once you let go.

Finding Inner Peace

Meditation for Inner Peace

If you are looking at transformation in your life with the use of a transformational process, then you can consider different techniques for inner peace. Follow this meditation as an example of how you can begin moving toward inner peace.

1. Find a space of stillness and quiet.
2. Breathe deeply through the nose and exhale out of the mouth.
3. As you exhale out of your mouth, release the stress or tension that is a part of the situation.
4. Continue the breathing process until you feel empty. In many instances, this may lead to a release by crying, expression, or other forms of letting go. As you do so, remain in the stance of the meditation - focusing on letting go first.
5. Continue to breathe until you can see each of the problems you are facing as a bubble, moving outside of your thoughts and emotions.
6. Push the bubbles away, allowing them to pass and become something outside of you.
7. Continue this visualization until you begin to feel empty. There are no thoughts, emotions, or attachments to the problems that surround you.

As you come out of this meditation, you will find that there is not only a sense of peace, but you know what to do next for solutions and to release the trauma you have experienced.

The Process of Transformation

The idea of transformational processes walks you through the wounded and deeper healing that you need. Instead of cycling the issues or creating negative patterns and experiences, you are able to define what a better, higher path is.

Transformational processes uses realization as well as working through deeper issues to help with the transformation. Over time, you will find that you have different habits, patterns, and approaches to your lifestyle.

Those who move through the process of transformation at deeper levels may experience emotional or mental pain by re-living the experiences, they will learn to let go of the trauma that is being held.

As you implement transformation as a practice, you will find that it continues to guide you into deeper paths of awakening and fulfillment of the life you truly desire.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2013 Brooke Hart


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