Everyone wants to know their path in life, especially the right path. But sometimes it’s easier said than done. However, if you practice a few mindful techniques, you will find it a bit easier to achieve this goal.
Imagine a world where every color has a feeling, where what you see isn’t always visible to the naked eye. Imagine how lonely it would be to know you are of a rare few who feels from a place of true knowing: when people don’t like you, don’t want to be around you, or want to be around you too much.
Imagine how overwhelming it might be to step foot in a crowd, where everyone’s energy can be felt, seen, heard, understood, and housed in your own individual space unless you learn skills to create a safe zone and even then you might.
Imagine what it might be like to sense the future, to understand a task you are to take on that might be much bigger than you.
We all sense something about ourselves, what we are here to create, what we came to do. When we can connect to that infinite space inside ourselves we can learn what is true. You are your own best psychic, the only one who truly knows if the path you are on is meant for you.
I am a highly sensitive empath, one who sees, feels, knows, hears, and senses things beyond this realm. It took years to fully appreciate, to fully understand, and although I am still learning, I am also at a place where I’ve come to accept that my path revolves around the connectedness I feel and am shown within myself. Being this way has taught me a lot about other people too, paths of existence, how it is all laid out for all of us. We just have to learn to look.
6 Mindful Techniques To Discover Your Path In Life
1. With A Quiet Mind, Anything Can Be Done.
Being a yoga teacher taught me how to quiet my mind. I now see teaching yoga as an opportunity to hold space for people, to feel the depth of each moment. It has taught me how to speak from the ground, to open to the infinite flow of creativity available without reaching, but by knowing and remaining open.
By learning to navigate this space, I’ve seen how I can take this practice outside of yoga studio walls and with me into daily life: to reveal truths, to see further, and realize my hearts’ truest wishes. When we are quiet we have the moment to let spirit fill us with all the answers without searching the mind. What if you asked a question, what if you simply asked what you should do? Would you be surprised to hear an answer being said to you?
In my experience the more questions I asked, the more answers I learned to receive. We all have the ability, it’s less about searching the outside world, begin the search within.
2. Sometimes Our Paths Come As A Surprise, Where Others Might Know Their Path From Birth.
I always knew what my path would be, but it surprised me when I took the path of a yoga teacher. It felt right and it still does, there’s a passion there that will never quit. I do know my path, but I have to learn to trust it a little bit more for it to fully show up for me.
Sometimes we aren’t aware of what our path might be until we are lead to something that intrigues us so much we simply can’t let go. This says more about you than anything, something to be incredibly mindful of and something to pay the most attention to.