What Makes it All Worth It
Do You Have to Kill Yourself Doing Stuff That’s Not on Your Path?
Yes and no. This is the harsh realization that many people will wake up to, and go to sleep with again, and wake up with again. You get the picture.
If you’ve followed my crazy-ass blogging, and put up with my swearing and raw sense of humour, then you likely take your life path seriously too.
What is truly on your path you can know at only one time, the present moment! Now how crazy is that? In the flow of the real-time moments, all kinds of possibilities arise from inside and out. And that is a challenge to the nervous system and the precious time you have.
Every time I have a revelation, it’s so surprisingly forceful in its conviction of truth that it might always be that way. And then not again.
What we do with our time is a definite choice. What is going to be our path to move forward through the next obstacle course, if that’s how your life looks.
Lately I learned a few interesting things about myself. Astrologically I have the sign aries in my north node. That makes little to no sense to me except it was explained that the north node represents the house of my sacred contract.
My entire point for writing this blog is for women who are wanting to speak louder because they have so much to say. I am possessed to find those women “out there,” all over the world, who are letting the cat out of the bag.
The Conclusion for Writing This Article
I’d like to show people a moment in the growth of my awareness. And appeal to them for support. Saying that I’m trying to come out to the world, but am taking baby steps because I’m mentally insane and disabled by a vision for world peace upon which many are working.
I have a pioneer spirit that is satisfied with lighting fires all over the place and then let to go, sail off into the world with my blessings to grow and become it’s full potential without me having to control it.
I realize now that I am full committed to giving you something right now as you read that will leave you changed and with a new understanding of yourself and your life purpose.
I’m going to get you to ask yourself a really valuable question. It goes like this, “Here I am doing blah blah blah blah, and would I have come to earth to do it?”
Here’s another enlightening question that was offered to me about your life purpose and killing yourself on stuff that has no bearing in the world. “What are you going to regret at the end of your life?”
I was gifted with the answer, “That which you are regretting right now.”
It’s the right now where we can skip the pain of the feeling that you missed your life, with the comfort in my mind that you’ll always get more chances. It seems to go on and on, and that is relaxing because we have the whole of eternity actually to live our life purpose.
That’s where the pain factor decides it.
If the soul suffers too much it diminishes in light. So Patanjali recommends avoiding future pain. I should name a coaching course, Avoid Future Pain. Doesn’t that seem like a good idea? If only you could just take a course in avoiding future pain.
From me it would read, Find Your Voice and Avoid Future Pain
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