New vision standing out from the crowd business concept as a symbol of individuality and innovative thinking as a group of Monarch butterflies flying with a single special insect colored blue as an icon of creativity.

I’ve been told I’m an earth angel butterfly. Of course, we all are. I tap into the same flow of heavenly guidance available to everyone. Perhaps God gave me a special talent. I see the divinity in everyone, even when they can’t see it in themselves. I am a guide.

So often, we can’t see “up close.” We can’t see our blocks. While we feel challenged, we can’t always see its cause. So often what we think is the cause, is not the cause. Sometimes we are reacting to something much deeper: an old voice that sounded in our ears when we were children. I call it old programming. The question is: if we want to change those subconscious voices, how do we do it?

The answer lies in repeating new words, by not allowing your mind to focus on old harmful thoughts, by re-contextualizing them, and by thinking differently about oneself and life in general. In this way, your life can change one step at a time–each time you think a new and better thought.

One day I woke up and knew I had changed dramatically. But the process took a while. Sometimes, I didn’t even know that I was making little progresses. But in the aggregate, change happened and I began to see the effects in my life little by little until one day, I became the butterfly I imagined I could be.

The most important thing is to take one step, and then another. As you do, the next step appears because the universe is conspiring to allow for your success. It all begins with your desire, which moves to courage and a willingness to move forward.

Start by writing down what you want, positive feelings, positive actions, positive dreams, and things you are grateful for. Listen to guided meditations when you go to sleep and first thing in the morning. Begin the day fresh. Start there.

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step…” Lao Tsu

Love, Helen Berg

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