With life being so chock full of responsibilities we have a tendency to be on autopilot within our doing. Our full plate of work, family, and home responsibilities perhaps feels almost unconsciously in our doing to get through to the weekend for a two-day break. We might wonder if there is anything else to what our life should be.
What is your purpose or calling?
Are you deferring your biggest dream or ignoring your heart’s desire because you have fallen into “have to” mode? Or is that big dream just not occurring after tremendous efforts?
I understand. We are hardwired to be in service and fulfill our unique purpose even if we aren’t conscious of our heart’s wisdom, this can be especially challenging on the wholeness of us if a goal is repeatedly not or unexpectedly hurt it can temporarily break our spirit. The Bryds’ song, Turn, Turn, Turn is playing in my mind’s music channel and feels so appropriate to finding one’s purpose. Our story we tell ourselves, I’m too old, too tired, too unlovable, It’s too late, too broken… It’s not too late, or you just need to rest, you are loved and you are enough.
“A time to gain, a time to lose
A time to rend, a time to sew
A time for love, a time for hate
A time for peace, I swear it’s not too late”
Are you listening to the part of heartbreak that is wisdom?
In 2023, how would you feel about committing to yourself and taking the time to move from a place of overwhelm, confusion, and burnout through healing to a confident place of creating and living your purpose. My logo’s tagline used to be “Identify your true potential” because I am a firm believer that part of our journey on this planet is to love ourselves back to our full memory of our divine potential and if you stay curious, open and come from a place of love (self-love first!) the universe responds and your true potential opens your powerfully true purpose.
Journal Prompt: What am I the most scared about letting go of? Or What am I not allowing it to come into my life? This is a perfect question to set the tone for 2023.
Affirmation: I Trust My Truth