The Birds of the Air

An ancient Chinese proverb says…….

‘That the birds of worry and care fly above your head, this you cannot change.

But that they build nests in your hair, this you can prevent.’

Ever since I first read this quote I have been struck by the message it portrays, and its similarity with the way Resonance Repatterning© works. Life is filled with many problems – just like birds – circling in the air above my head! But I can choose how much of a hold to let them have over me.

According to Chloe Faith Wordsworth, the creator of Resonance Repatterning©, it is not our problems that cause our distress. Rather it is our reaction to them – often driven by our unconscious patterns. It is our energetic attraction to these patterns – our resonance with them – that keeps them in place.

As a result of my resonance with negative patterns, I become stuck, and mired in my problems. They can seem overwhelming, and I feel hopeless. A Resonance Repatterning session can shift my energy so I no longer resonate with my current reaction to my problems. The problems themselves may not have gone away, especially if they are outer things beyond my control, but I feel differently about them. I may feel lighter and brighter, or be able to see my issues with a different perspective, or dream up solutions I hadn’t thought of before. I may even find my problems simply melting away – like the morning mist evaporating in the sun.

I certainly don’t have to let those birds build nests in my hair!

Fiona MacKenzie

Resonance Repatterning Practitioner

 

 

 

 

Musings on the Wood Element Quality

This spring I was reviewing the Wood Element qualities: potential, new beginnings, creativity, focus and timing, to name a few.  When we resonate with those qualities in relationship to our goals, our lives will change when we come into alignment with those goals – we enter the field of limitless possibilities.
As a result, we may find ourselves resonating with a whole new life. We may no longer “wear the clothes” we used to wear before we manifested our goals.
I thought, metaphysically, that a caterpillar is wrapped in a cocoon, full of potential to become something else.  It resonates fully with its potential, in alignment with nature.  Once the potential is fully realized on all levels, it leaves the cocoon and emerges as a very different being.  It has wings, it has color and it identifies with a whole new group: butterflies! It no longer needs its “old clothes” – they would not fit anyway.
Resonating with the Wood Element energy in relation to our goals, can bring about the innate creative potential in all of us.