When I started this blog, I was pretty nervous. I had been having all these spiritual experiences and I even “heard” that I should start a new blog and what the name and focus should be. Would people think I was weird? Way out there? Crazy?
But at some point it became scarier NOT to do it, so I did it.
After I started writing about my experiences, many people showed up telling me – confidentially – about similar experiences in their lives. I felt honored that they would share those with me, plus it made me feel a little less nutty.
As for me, I began to trust that when I got those messages, and if I followed them, they would take me someplace good. I began to rely on them.
I haven’t heard any messages recently. I kind of miss them. Plus, now that I have relied on them, it is a little scary to do things without them. There is a certain security to knowing that someone is guiding me, that they have my back, that it isn’t just me on my own out there.
As I began to realize this, a few friends appeared to tell me about the messages they recently received and the miraculous happenings in their lives, how they are connecting with something bigger than we are. I am again honored that they would share this with me. And it helped me to remember that something doesn’t have to happen to me personally for it to exist. And maybe sometime I’ll get those cool, instructive messages again. Or something else!
In the meantime, I like that these connections exist for my friends and family, and I can bask in that. And going into my CT scan tomorrow, I feel like someone has my back, even if I’m not hearing them.
I hope your guidance, wherever it comes from, takes you someplace that makes you smile.
I think it comes in cycles, though I like to call them seasons. The quiet times unnerve me, but I like to think it’s a time of rest and restoring. May you be blessed.
Thanks Judy and you too!
Maybe you’re on the right track, so no guidance is needed! I am praying for peace of mind and excellent scan results for you.