I have almost always had a plan and life goals that I want to achieve. I have firmly known the exact way I want my life to go. There have been jobs, kids, houses, career changes and all the fun that goes along with each of them.
But at the moment I am flying blind, I am not sure what my next step will be. Now my children are settled in at school I can focus on what I want to be doing. But what is that exactly? What is calling my name and beckoning me to follow?
It’s exciting but it’s also completely freaking me out. I should have all the answers by now shouldn’t I? I am guessing not and I am quite sure none of us will ever have all the answers we think we should.
I was watching ‘The Secret’ last night and there was a part of it about trust. The analogy was about driving in a car at night, you can only see a certain distance in front of you but you trust that as you drive along the path more will become visible to you as you go along.
It really resonated with me as I have been feeling quite overwhelmed that I don’t have an exact plan, I cannot pinpoint exactly the path I want to be on. I know many people can, and I know I have been one of those people in the past, setting goals and ticking them off as I chart my course.
But this time it’s different, this time I am forging ahead unsure of what might reveal itself a little way down the path. It’s exciting, it’s exhilarating and I am ready and willing to write this new chapter in my life.
My intentions have been set – I intend to embrace this journey, this path I am taking with love in my heart, with gratitude in my soul and a deep sense of trust that the universe will take me where I need to go.
I know that my part of this journey is not about waiting for something to happen it’s about trying something new and giving it a go. Inspired action. So 2015 has been the year I started this blog, started writing about all the bits and pieces of my life that matter to me and trusting the pieces of the puzzle will fit together and propel me forward.
“I see my path, but I don’t know where it leads. Not knowing where I’m going is what inspires me to travel it”.
Already in this short space of time this has opened the doors for me to meet some amazing women for which I am eternally grateful. They are honouring themselves and striving to live the life of their dreams. I hope in the coming months I can introduce you to some of these amazing inspiring ladies.
But for now I want to know what adventures are you heading on? Do you have a plan or are you also waiting for the headlights to light your way?
Photo taken at Crystal Castle and Shambhala Gardens, Mullumbimby, NSW.