Five Tips to Help Consciously Embrace Those Pivotal Moments in Life

I’m thinking today of a pivotal moment in my life.  Some of my most profound pivotal moments, I  experienced in seemingly subtle moments of my life. I was in a high school philosophy class discussing the existence of God.  It was at a point that I was struggling with the God that was presented to me in my church upbringing and I was uncertain what I believed, at the same time I knew that I felt better when I was connected to a higher source.  Suddenly it became clear to me. I said “It really does not matter whether there is a God or not because at the end of my life there either will be something more or there will not.  So I am choosing to live my life with the beliefs that make me feel good while I am alive!” That was such an important moment in my life because it allowed me to set aside the debate and explore the enchantment…which of course is exactly what brought me to where I am today! We often think of Pivotal Moments as large life changing events such as going to college, marriage, giving birth, or the death of a loved one.  In fact these events do change our lives significantly but each of these events is created from a series of smaller moments that often go unobserved. It is our internal response to specific moments that can shift us profoundly. Another example of this for me occurred when I was in college. I was a Syracuse University exchange Student in London the semester leading up to the bombing...
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