2.09.2011

paradigm shift



lately i've been craving a paradigm shift.
-this [need] to create new perceptions of things that seem to be stunting my progression.

it's like my spirit has been nudging me,
suggesting a few areas of my angie-ness that just want to be shaken up a bit.

i've spent some serious time thinking about/brainstorming these promptings.
-and about the cycles & patterns in my life & relationships that haven't been workin' for me.

i know that a shift is going to require a lot of diligence & heed [and faith!] on my part. change is going to require sacrifice & forgiveness, and some serious swallowing of the pride.

but i feel ready to make some progress in a few little facets of my personal existence. i'm excited to move forward instead of feeling like mr. hamster on his wheel going nowhere.

i find great comfort in knowing i'm not alone & that my life-line is just a prayer away. putting [complete] trust in my creator feels absolutely freeing & encouraging & exciting.

his light brings awesome, motivating clarity...the hope of what could be.

6 comments:

Mom and Dad said...

Angie,
You are an amazing girl and so wise, for so young. You are learning things that took till I was in my 50a, so be so righteously proud of yourself!
Sunday we had a lesson in RS about the importance of have the Spirit with you always. At the end of the lesson I showed a short DVD from a talk given by ELDER BUSCHE on ADVISE. You will never be the same after listening to this. Go to youtube and type his name and the word "advise" and it should come up. I hope this helps you on your quest!

Tina L.

runningfan said...

Good luck to you on your journey! I know you can do it.

muth said...

Angie, Time to admit I'm one of your biggest fans. I love your talents, your eloquence, your desire to do good things, your adorable children, your humility, and your cute blog!!!! Keep up the good work! (I don't check blogs very often, but when I need a pick-me-up, I'll be looking at yours. :)

Coree Adams said...

Those shifts are hard, but necessary and totally worth while. Love you my sweet!

Matt and Staci said...

you are amazing & I LOVE YOUR HAIR!!! Your are a hottie!

now I'm going to watch the youtube video your mom suggested...

Brittany Marie Trevino said...

"the hope of what could be" lovely thought and reminds me of one of my fave quotes (will need to find it and then share) & you are so right about how trusting in our creator is freeing and encouraging..go angie go! :)