Finding the Place You Belong
There will likely be times in your life when your soul evolves more quickly than your circumstances. Your subconscious mind may be ready to move forward long before you recognize that you are destined to embrace a new way of life. Your soul intuitively understands that changing habitats can be a vital part of the growth process and that there may be one part of you that is eager to move to another home, another state, or another plane of existence. But the ties that bind you to your current mode of being can make moving into this next stage of your life more challenging than it has to be. If you find it difficult to move on, consider that just as people in your life may come and go, your role in others’ lives may also be temporary. And many of the conditions that at first seemed favorable served you for a short time. When you are ready to match your situation to your soul, you will find that you feel a new sense of harmony and increasingly connected to the ebb and flow of the universe.
Moving on can be defined in numerous ways. Your forward momentum may take you from your current locale to a place you instinctively know will be more nurturing, comfortable, and spiritually enriching. Once you arrive, your misgivings will vanish, and you will know that you have found a sanctuary. Similarly, subtle changes in your values, goals, or emotional needs can motivate you to distance yourself from one group of people in order to reassociate yourself with individuals that are better able to support you. For example, this could mean moving away from your birth family in order to find your energetic or spiritual family. The route you need to travel may not always be clear; you may feel inspired to change yet be unsure as to why or how. Clarity may come in the form of a question if you are willing to seriously ask yourself where your soul is trying to take you.
In a way, moving from one point to another when you feel strongly driven to do so is a way of bringing your spiritual and earthly energies together. It is a two-step process that involves not only letting go but also reconnecting. You will know you have found your destination, physical or otherwise, when you feel in your heart that you have been reborn into a life that is just the right shape, size, and composition. ~MADISYN TAYLOR
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When following the heart meets the crossroad of contradicting convictions, consider carefully.
At times, following the heart can be the worst of choices. At other times, such becomes the incentive for blessings of surety. ~Life Through The Storm
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Grace and mercy forwards us multiple opportunities, realization and acceptance is up to the individual. ~Life Through The Storm
The mere confession/profession of Christianity…the perfect set-up for us to examine ourselves as we examine others. When God’s love becomes primary (for ourselves & others) we’ve learned His intended response to the call. “By this shall all men know that you are my disciples indeed, when you have love toward one another.” ~John 13:35 ~Life Through The Storm
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It’s not useful, release it. If it serves no healthy purpose, let it go.
Flush it out, eliminate it.
Don’t allow it to linger…heal. If it’s not useful, why hold on to it?
Live wise and live well. ~Storm
~Journey of Forgiveness – print – ebook
~The Healing Journey – print – ebook
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Forgiveness alters us emotionally, psychologically and spiritually. It is an alteration of our beliefs, our speech, and our behavior. Those words that we once spoke to ourselves through shame, guilt or lack of self-love are no longer allowed entry. Additionally, words that we once spoke regarding others through anger, hurt, resentment, or lacking in love are no longer allowed.
Forgiveness allows us to exchange self-defeating habits, and their dynamics through the power of Divine knowledge, understanding and wisdom. The utilization of this power alters us, assisting us forward – step by step as we dissolve out-dated familiar behavior.
Those things that I once spoke, I will no longer allow.
I am released from anything that creates inner-dis-ease!
I am making full use of the knowledge of God within my life!
I speak new life to my soul…today!! ~Life Through The Storm/The Journey of Forgiveness
“Forgiveness is me giving up my right to hurt you for hurting me.”
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I’ve learned many lessons in the course of my life, especially as it relates to interacting with others. One such lesson in particular – I can’t tell any body what to do, or imply what they should do!
Well, I can – but, it behooves me to be aware of the fact that I really don’t know what anybody should do!
I am not exactly sure when I was convinced to apply this lesson, perhaps it was when I found myself stretching & deep breathing for several hours after speaking with a loved one (totally stressed)! Learning to mind my own business has granted me much peace of mind!
We process and work through our challenges very differently. This approach is based on who we are – that being a collection of our beliefs, thoughts & perceptions. While I do believe that each one us holds invaluable information – we must remember that it was resulted through the “process of learning”…covered by mercy & grace.
I’ve learned that people grow and evolve when they are ready to do so, or when life’s circumstances push them toward the threshold of change.
What lessons have you learned?
You’re always welcome to share your thoughts & insights. Thank you for visiting Life Through The Storm. Live wise & live well. ~Storm
It’s interesting how negatively we can think of others – yet, give little thought to how we portray ourselves when we speak those thoughts.
Be mindful of what you say,
and how you say what you say…when you say it.
Words are powerful –
revealing many things about the speaker.