The Season of Transform

Updated: Mar 21, 2019

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Cherry blossoms. One of the first signs of the transformation from winter to spring

In the last article we talked about the overall concept of The Four Sacred Seasons of Wellbeing™. Each of us moves through these seasons at given points in our life and each season has it’s own unique outlook on life and produces it’s own experiences.  For example, we all know that if we plant seeds in the winter while wearing a swimsuit we will have a very different experience and different outcomes than if we planted those same seeds in the spring, and wore the swimsuit in the summer.  Swimming in the ocean during summer months will produce a markedly different physiological bodily experience than if we joined the Polar Bear Club and jumped into icy waters in the middle of winter.

The Seasons of Discover, Transform, Awaken and Integrate, while they may seem to have similarities to our seasonal cycles of Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn, also have differences.  The similarities include the specific conditions of the season that will dictate specific actions and structures that will produce success.  The major difference though, is that unlike the climate seasons, there is no specific fixed time period.  An individual may be in a Season of Wellbeing for a short period of time, or for many years

The Season of Transform is where we take all that we have garnered in Discover and actually do something with it. Something that will not only change our life for the better, but also our experience of our life.  This is the first time we actively take responsibility for how our life has been, and also for how it will be. Instead of running away from the past, from the pain we we have been experiencing, we acknowledge that the running away only dooms us to repeat it—and usually it worsens with each pass.  We recognize our past as our heritage not our destiny.  Since the past now is our inheritance we realize that there is no longer a need to replay the content of who did what to us and why in order to heal.

We no longer point fingers of