I believe we are all called to expand, to grow, to venture into the unknown in many different ways.
All of these invitations – whether bidden or unbidden, prompted by boredom, adversity or sea change – come with a fair amount of fear and trepidation. We like our comfort and the safety of the routine and status quo we have created for ourselves. There is part of our nature that likes the expected, the familiar and the norm. But life is not like that, is it? I’m sure you have noticed. Or as the saying goes, The only thing that is constant is change.
When this change came about for me, I saw it as an invitation.
It was an invitation to change ME. To grow and expand in my ability to go deeper into the invisible realms of what I call Spirit so that I could assist myself and others to get freer, to be less encumbered with the conditioning of matter, the material, the human. And to start a blaze of heart callings that would metaphorically catch fire and assist in the shift of consciousness that is presently ON US ALL.
I named this invitation a Sacred Calling.
Why did I say ‘yes’ to this BIGGER CALLING?
Because I realized that the world needs those of us who have a sacred heart calling to own it, express it and share it in whatever way it wants to be expressed. And there needs to be those who are ringing the bell to come out of hiding, and to point down a long path through the terrain ahead to say, This way. This is your Camino of your TRUE SELF.
Do you know your TRUE SELF?
When the winds of change are blowing and you are looking for that sure footing, reminding yourself that your TRUE SELF is your safe harbor is a good thing.Carving out time to renew your commitment to your Truth is necessary. You must set quiet time away from the noise and distractions of the world and to clear away the negative mindset that may have crept in and perhaps shut down a part of that bright light that you are.
There is a time to engage whole-heartedly with the world, to make your voice known…and there is a time to go inside – to retreat – and to use all of your inner turmoil to take the deeper journey – to walk through the door that is beckoning – to know that your camino, your way through, is a true path.