On January 31, 2024

Cosmic Catalogue: A bit of an adjustment on perspective

January ended very similarly to how it began. Challenges or obstructions to relationships or relating, or even defining your desires and goals for the New Year may have weighed heavy. In order to have one thing, it often means having to say “No” to something else. 

To take one side of an issue can appear you’re not sympathetic to another side. It doesn’t have to be this way. All it takes is a little bit of an adjustment or compromise.

Rather than a situation being either/or, this week offers the chance to figure out a way it can be both/and.
It’s not always as easy as it sounds though. It will require not only thinking outside your current paradigm, but backing up those ideas with action. Choices and decisions you were staunchly against you may find yourself beginning to entertain. Instead of looking at an option and shutting it down, explore it. What would life look like if you took the road less travelled? What might life look like if instead of remaining inside your comfort zone, you took a risk that felt right for you. If you never go, you’ll never know!

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