3. So Much Of The Path Is About Trust.
Whether you believe in a religion, in a god or goddess, or just the divinity you feel within, to trust that if you jump all will stay okay, is the best thing you can do to feel the trust of the Universe moving through you. If you are observant during the transition, asking for signs or even a miracle …might lead you to finding one, but you have to simply trust.
From there, jump. Just jump; set intentions, create the space, and it’s amazing how quickly that space will fill— not just with the things you want, but also the things you need to take you where you are meant to go. It might not all be easy, but the perspective it brings will be worth it.
4. Healing And Opening Is Something That The Universe Is Going To Ask From You Along The Way.
Get ready to be vulnerable to yourself and others when discovering your task along your own unique and individual path. Not everything is easy to go through, but healing must happen if you are to fully step foot into the whole person you know you already are; somewhere deep within you know this, and it is your job to open up to see how beautiful, how lovely and how deeply loved you actually are… even if it’s just you to learn, to see it, to know it. How deeply moved might you be?
How incredible might that feel? Be open to seeing and sharing yourself to heal and feel fulfilled.
5. Patience Is The Best Virtue.
Having patience is key to staying sane. Sometimes I’ll know things in advance, sometimes two or three years before it all even begins to unfold. It can be frustrating to see an endpoint we have for ourselves and yet feel stifled along the way.
How can you create emotional stability within and have a creative and fun-loving support system without helping you carve the way? These are key elements to seeking dreams and watching them unfold. Keep your circle tight and chose only the best.
6. Lastly, You Are Worth Everything You Create.
I used to ask myself if I was worthy of teaching in yoga studios and now I am in six of them. I once questioned my worth —not my ability but my worth to guide a class, and now I realize that question is silly. Why wouldn’t I be? I used to question my worth in friendships, my value to my parents, myself even.
It’s been a bumpy road to overcome deeply rooted insecurities, but I have with great destine. I now see myself as rare with more to offer than most, not out of ego, but out of experience and realizing my heart. To see myself as beautiful has been the hardest part, but the one necessary element in healing to take me where I want to go.
Your worth is never predetermined —you determine it, and once you do the world responds.
Written By Sara Shermis Originally Appeared In Thought Catalog