QOTD: Make a Decision

il_570xn.1389996872_4cenI don’t recall ever seeing this quote before, but now that I’ve been researching self-discovery, I see it everywhere!  And I’ve already found it to be true.

I wanted, needed actually, some guidance as to where to begin with this whole “finding me” project. And voila, several really amazing people with incredible, invaluable wisdom have made themselves available to me! I’ve been treated to accounts of spiritual journeys that began with situations very similar to mine.  It’s reassuring to see the parallels, but the real gift is to see where they are now.  It is so very inspiring!

Then, once I had an idea of what direction to move in, I knew I needed a good chunk of time to focus on it. I needed a good solid footing in order to get truly invested. To commit, get elbow deep, and get some momentum. I have a history of making plans, some that I am highly motivated to begin, and letting them slip away before ever putting them into motion. But I refuse to let this one go. (That’s actually the main reason I created the blog, as well. I need the accountability!) Anyhow, I wanted time, and bada bing, bada boom. I have a few days off from work, aaaalllll to myself!

I never ever would have said, or believed anything like this before, but I truly think the universe conspired to make that happen for me!

Currently Reading: The Universe Has Your Back by Gabrielle Bernstein

Currently watching: Solve for Happy by Mo Gawdat

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QOTD: Unapologetic

 

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From ‘The Universe Has Your Back’ by Gabrielle Bernstein

I am going to unapologetically leave this quote here with very little elaboration. It would tarnish its beauty. It has the appearance of simplicity, being just one brief sentence, but bears the weight of dark, deep-seeded emotions.

We’ve been taught not to prioritize our own desires, and feel guilty, shameful, and selfish when we do. In self-discovery, we learn that those desires are actually needs, and we must honor and have faith in them. What a profound message wrapped up in that one sweet little sentence. And so fitting when exploring self-discovery.

I am unapologetic about what I desire, and trust that what I focus on will grow.

Going forward, this is my 2019 tagline.