By Lisa Meade
There are many paths our soul can take to bring us to our calling.
It is not always important how we get there, but instead how open we are to being in the flow. Going with the flow means allowing the current, the energies, and our soul’s direction guide us.
When we fight it and push against it we are resisting. And perhaps we then miss golden opportunities, important “chance” meetings and timely lessons.
Bringing our awareness to this flow is important to the journey. As we merge our soul’s energies to those around us we feel shifts, miracles happen, doors open and possibilities expand. As we let go of our agenda and our sense of control we find a new way of being.
I have often said to a client, “There are many ways for you to get to your soul’s call, you can choose “your” way, which may be the most challenging or your soul’s way, which will more likely be the most graceful and meaningful.” Tapping into our soul’s energies often provides us with the chance to go the way of least resistance and best suited for our needs.
The many paths that our soul provides us can bring the opportunity to not be attached to outcome and to let go of expectations. It allows us to breathe in the essence of our soul’s longing.
To be awake to its nuances and to be appreciative to the wonders it is bringing to us.
To go with the flow and be open to the path of our soul takes a certain amount of trust in our wisest self. It takes practice. It takes patience. For some this is the most challenging part of living a soulful life. But the signs are always there.
If you feel stuck, are you in the flow? If you keep repeating certain behaviors that are not serving you well, are you in the flow? If your relationships seem to be toxic and keep going round and round, are you in the flow?
Trust the plan of your soul.
Know it will bring you to the path best suited for you to follow. Let go of the false sense of control and make room for intuition, awareness and wonder.
Bring your self into alignment with the energetic flow of your soul and you will not be disappointed.
Editor: Dana Gornall