An unexpected and slightly uncomfortable phenomenon has
overshadowed me for the last couple of years..as a complementary therapist, I
went from knowing what my calling in life was, to suddenly finding that all the
enthusiasm and passion had disappeared. I no longer felt motivated to offer
healing treatments, which had for a long time been such an important part of my
own sense of purpose. This was confusing, dismaying and left me feeling
directionless, without a purpose in life.
It started with a growing awareness in quiet moments that
what I was doing no longer felt fulfilling to me.
We are all in such a rush these days - I've just driven home
in rush hour traffic, where everyone on the road was in a tearing hurry to get
somewhere and woe betide anyone in their way!
The theme of always seeming to be in a rush has come up
strongly for me recently. A few weeks ago I was given a very salutary lesson in
just what the consequences can be when the car in front of me unexpectedly
stood on the brakes and I was very quickly made aware of what happens when you
dont keep a safe stopping distance behind!
A light in the darkness, beckoning you - come this way.
If the light illuminates your path, it is for you
Follow where it leads.
I cannot promise that you will like all that you see,
for there are many demons to face along the way.
But every demon bears a gift for you..
If you can but see it.
Find the gift and celebrate the new richness
it brings to your life.
There will be stormy seas to cross,
And barren lands to travel through.
There will be mirages of promised lands,
A New Dawn, A New Day
Let all thoughts of negativity go,
Release yourself into the flow
Of life, of love, of gifts and things,
Be ready to see what life will bring.
What magic appears upon the screen,
Its yours to have, forget what's been.
Rewrite the script, new cast, new stage,
Beautiful characters on the page.
Starting now, begin again.
The past is done, transmute the pain.
New dawn, new day, rebirth for you,
Let freedom bring new energy too.
A life well lived, with joy and passion,