Friday, April 5, 2013

E is for Evolve

Evolve: To develop or achieve gradually

I guess one could argue that the journey I have been on since birth is one of evolution. We all evolve into different versions of ourselves throughout our entire lives. There are obvious changes, such as physical changes, but then there are those changes that happen internally and what feels like at a glacial pace. 

I'm not even the same person I was yesterday. I have made subtle changes to my thinking and to the way I handle situations. I did different things yesterday than I did the day before and today I will do still different things than I did yesterday. All of that adds up to my evolution as a human. A lot of the changes I'm making now toward my growth/evolution are conscious. There is a way of being I want to attain, a kind of person I want to be. I'm not quite there, but closer than I was a year ago, even closer than I was yesterday because of the choices I made and will continue to make. 

What kind of evolution do you want to make in your own life? What choices can you make today to bring you closer to where you want to be? Close your eyes and imagine what it would look like and feel like. Is there one defining moment when you will know you are there or will it be a series of smaller moments until the realization hits you? Really get that feeling and picture in your head until it's real for you. Then, slowly come back to the now. Having that feeling inside, knowing what it would be like, your subconscious will now do whatever it takes to get the feeling back and guide your choices. Revisit the scene every so often. It may evolve and change as well. Know that it may not look exactly like the picture in your head when the time comes, but the end result will be the same.

Peace, love, happy thoughts, and everything you desire coming to you my readers and fellow bloggers.


  1. I know I have evolved, some things I thought were hilarious as a kid now seem kind of silly. Things I thought I could never do, I do regularly. But there is in evolving, the idea that there is more to do. And I am doing THAT, too... Excellent post!


  2. Thanks, Cat! I also feel that there is still more I'm meant to do. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. :)

  3. I guess I evolved from an obedient child to an outspoken adult. Scary, isn't it?

  4. I love the process of evolving as a person, learning what works for me now as opposed to in the past, and making a concerted effort to bring more of certain things into my life.

    Funny, but my husband suggested evolve to me as my E word... and I said, oh, that's too much work. I'll just do eggs. Ha! Glad you did it though, nice post.

  5. I'm more of a fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants evolver. No plans happening around here!


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