Choosing change visualization…one step at a time.

What is your chosen path?

Many of us often feel that life is something that just happens to us, and that we have no control over our fate or situation. While that is sometimes true (and is the reality for children who have limited control over their environment and people in it), it is up to us as adults, to make healthy decisions that will move us forward in our goals and aspirations. Although many things happen that are out of our control, we have the power to choose how we respond to these events through the decisions we make each day.

We can’t change what happens to us, but we can change how we respond to it. We can’t change how others behave, but we can change our relationship with them. We might feel stuck in a particular situation, but the truth is, we are making choices each day about what our life will be like. We have the power to make decisions and take steps towards a different outcome. Though it might seem like it’s taking a long time, rest assured, every effort you are making every single day, is moving you closer to something. Is that something what you desire? Is it something you want? What’s holding you back?

This 15-minute guided audio visualization gives you time to relax so that you can focus inwardly long enough to answer some important questions. Often we are busy getting through the day that we don’t stop to reflect on what really matters, and why we are doing what we are doing each day. It’s important we take a few minutes from time to time to think about the choices we are making and why. When we take time to self-reflect, we can feel empowered and inspired to move forward with our life goals.


Choosing Change Visualization

I’d love to hear from you. What was this experience like for you? What did you learn from it? What is something you are inspired to change in your life this very moment?


About Sofia Reddy

As a Clinical Social Worker and Adjunct Assistant Professor at USC, I teach students and clients how to use mindfulness to manage stress and improve overall well-being. I have been working on developing compassionate boundaries as a mom for the last 10 years. When I'm not working, I enjoy exploring new hiking trails and going on day trips with my two rambunctious children and awesome, patient hubby. Connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram @sofiasanctuary *Please note: the information presented on this blog is not meant to replace professional healthcare. Always consult with a healthcare provider if you have questions or concerns regarding your health. The views expressed here are solely my opinions and suggestions and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of the mental health or educational facilities in which I work.
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