I had a huge breakthrough the other day. Huge!
Not unlike many other conscious co-creators of this world, I have been working within a set plan of personal goals, time frames, and dreams I was working towards. I always had visions of events in the back of my mind that would play out when I finally reached my milestone moment. You know, that moment when I would look around, content at what I had created yet fully prepared and excited with anticipation of what was yet to come. The day when it would feel like I was where I was meant to be, doing what I loved to do, teaching what I was meant to teach, and blessed to have close friends and family by my side while doing so.
Don’t get me wrong, there were many days when I doubted I would ever come through those early years of growth and inner and outer transformation. The potential of my life path seemed out of my comfort zone; the scope of my work a bit overwhelming; the responsibility of the Centre a little beyond my reach, and the likelihood of my family still being by my side while I made those huge leaps of faith, quite questionable in all honesty. Yet here I am, blessed to have a family who loves me, a deep soulful calling that I have embraced, a place to share the gift of spiritual expansion with all others, and full respect and love for all those who have crossed my path along the way.
In fact, on my breakthrough day there was a distinct landed feeling. Not perhaps notable to the onlookers outside, but to my own soul and personal development it was very evident. There was at least a dozen markers my guides had put into place over the years to let me know when it would finally feel like I was fully here and ready to handle my own SOULworks. Some of those visions I saw more than ten years ago. Other visions trickled in over the course of the last few years, as I spent time preparing for the next chapter of my life to unfold. I was always told the markers were an indicator of when I finally reached a point of complete trust in both the divine plan in action and my own divine capability to see that plan into completion.
When I first jumped out of my comfort zone to start SOULworks, there was a sign that crossed my path. It said “Believe you can and you are halfway there”. Those words have been my navigational system for many, many years. Through the ups and downs of personal transformation, they have always been my guiding light.
The other day, however, was different. In the span of one week, every vision I had been prepping for happened within one turbulent but miraculous seven days of my life. And not that I was not able to handle the changes taking place, but that they actually confirmed everything I had ever bore witness to and discussed with my guides. The larger events in my life were officially beginning to move forward, snapping into place like a giant wheel with all the cogs perfectly coming together.
“You are here”, my guides clearly told me that profound day. Not halfway here, not three-quarters of the way here. YOU ARE HERE.
Of course, I have always been here. My path has always been unfolding. I have always shown up day after day, season after season, experience after experience trusting in my own divine potential. However, at the dawn of that beautiful day with newfound faith in my own SOULworks, I breathed a sigh of relief. Finally, I had fully moved into owning and loving my own unique adventure.
We are all conscious co-creators, this is true. We will always be propelled to follow our own inner guidance, create change, and find unique ways to live out our dreams and soul calling; would we really want it any other way? As easy as it may seem to put out lofty ambitions into the universe, it is equally as important to honor where you already are and to find those indicators that guide you into knowing when you have fully realized those dreams into existence, while yet again beginning the process of planting more seeds for what is yet to come. I am currently here. I give thanks each and every day for everyone who has ever crossed my path. In reality, you have helped me to officially arrive.