• Lulu Carter

Respect the Flow

“Life is a force, it expands and contracts; life is a force that makes us change all the time.” – Lulu Carter


Most of the time we get stuck in patterns that absorb us and do not allow us to grow.

We hold on to what we know and follow our routine like if it were our saving grace.

Our minds and bodies want to remain the same, frozen in time.

We are afraid of changes instead be open to accept them.

Even though we know that changes can bring some positives outcome.


Sometimes we are even unhappy in our current situation but the simple fear the change.

What can do you if we feel stuck? We resist the inevitable and we don’t even realize it.


How about starting by simply breathing…giving permission to feel, create and experience everything that life has to give as ”life is breath”. In and Out, as life can inspire us with every opportunity for growth.

Allowing us to move onto something bigger, better or brighter.



From the moment life begins, the process of transformations starts and only ends with death.


But why do we forget about the constant need for growth and transformation in between those two stages?


It is said that the ONLY thing we can truly count on in life is Change –


So why we still constantly resisting it? and why do we fight it on a daily basis to avoid them?


Nature is wiser than we are. We just forgot how to be nature and accept the nature of things.

A plant never remains the same, the weather is in constant change. Nothing stops the clock. The the river always flows to sea and the birds always fly into horizon. Things are how they are.


And as time moves forward and life progresses, our changes continue even without our permission. Babies become toddlers, children become teens, teens become parents, parents become grandparents.


We change our roles, our homes, we change our path and our history.


We are instruments of change!

We begin to die the day we are born. Our bodies become old, minds become weaker and the journey continues. Life is a cycle of constant and never-ending change.


So here is the question for today:

Why not to embrace the change instead of resisting it so much?

Why not to trust the process, learn how to relax and simply accept the FLOW of life?


Happiness can show up unexpectedly, if we develop the ability to accept the nature of things, the limitations of things and the expansion of life’s movement.


The most important lesson here is to learn we can’t stop the changes, but we can certainly learn how to embrace and adapt, work with transitions and closures and make the choice to respect this very important process in our to live...

Lulu Carter


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