Bloom in Season

May 11, 2022

Have you ever heard the quote about how a flower doesn’t care what the flower next to it looks like, it just blooms anyway? We can all learn something from that, but this isn’t a conversation about knowing your worth and shining brightly in the garden of life. 


No, this is about not asking those around you to bloom before they are ready. 


One of the hardest parts of your self-development journey is accepting that the people around you might not be on a journey of their own, or at least not in the same place that you are. Once we start down this growth journey, we are ready for everyone to join us right away. You know the difference it makes in your life, and you begin to recognize all the ways those closest to you could live fuller lives, and you want so desperately for everyone to be there with you. 


One could liken this moment to when you first fall in love. Everything is good, you walk on clouds, and you want to shout from the rooftops that you’re in love!! When you’re finally growing and living life as the person you are meant to be, everything feels better, you’re walking on clouds, and you want to shout from the rooftops that these changes are the best moves you’ve ever made in your life. 


Just like you cannot get someone else to fall in love before they are ready, you cannot get someone else to grow before they are ready. We have to learn to recognize that some of us are tulips and we bloom early in the season, and some of us are lilies and bloom mid-season, and some of us are mums who blood late in the season. That doesn’t make anyone person’s journey any less beautiful. That doesn’t make anyone wrong for being early or late in their development. 


Life is a garden and we are all given exactly what we need, when we need it, to bloom the biggest, brightest blooms possible. 


It is not up to you to decide when someone else should bloom, or what they need to do so. It is not up to you to judge them for not blooming when you do. It is not up to you to have an opinion on another person’s development. 


Your only job is to bloom when it feels right for you and celebrate those who bloom around you when it is right for them. 


If this is something you struggle with, maybe you’re growing but your partner isn’t. Maybe it is watching everyone else bloom and wondering when it is your turn. Or maybe you’re just ready for a little “Miracle-Grow” in your life. Let’s talk about your next steps, hop on my calendar HERE


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