Transformation happens at a cellular level. The caterpillar doesn’t go into its chrysalis and just get thin and grow wings. It has cells that require it to recreate and transform. The caterpillars DNA cells tell it to melt down into goo and re-create into a butterfly.
The more times it melts down and rebuilds the stronger it is when it emerges from the chrysalis. That’s what real transformation is. Allowing our world to dissolve and then rebuilding. Becoming a transformed person. Sometimes it’s not a choice to transform our lives, but the more we remember to breathe, both on the inhale and the exhale, the stronger we become in our transformation. And just like the caterpillar, the more times we melt down, the stronger our transformation is, in the end.
Jill Davis, Life Coach, www.JillDavisCoaching.com