We can be the change we wish to see in the world by changing ourselves. It really all begins by creating the conditions to allow our inner wisdom and soul’s calling to surface. We just need to remember our potential to tune into this source, listen intently, and then have the courage to act upon our soul’s wisdom.
Messages comes through four gateways: Mind, Body, Spirit and Emotions.
We have all experienced an intuitive ‘hit’ – times when we have actually listened and acted on our intuition with the best possible outcome. It’s likely that we’ve also experienced many more intuitive ‘misses’, where we have received an inner knowing, but failed to listen or act upon it for one reason or another.
Historically people had mid-life crises rushing out to buy fast cars to try and fulfil themselves or quitting their jobs because the money just wasn’t enough any more. Nowadays, this is happening younger and younger with Millennials not even entertaining working for a business that isn’t ethically sound, they are driven by purpose not profit. As our wake-up calls get younger, the need to spread the concept of dharma becomes more critical.
Now, I live by my inner wisdom, when something feels good I do more of it and when it feels off I do less and change course. My life has changed from one of ‘should’ to one of ‘loves’; I travel the world doing what I love with it not feeling like work. I sometimes pinch myself at the lightness of it all.
My wake-up call came in the from a breakdown a dramatic re-correction, don’t let it get to that – listen to what you inner voice is saying as it will guide you well, your soul knows the way.