A Journey Renewed

Old Boat"The spiritual path - is simply the journey of living our lives. Everyone is on a spiritual path; most people just don't know it."

~ Marianne Williamson

Over recent weeks I have had some changes in my life. So big, some smaller, but changes none-the-less. As I have made my way through incorporating these changes into my life, I have become aware that I have been letting something very important slowly slip by me.

I consider myself a spiritual person. My spirituality is based solely within myself. I don’t follow any particular doctrine or any formal beliefs, but I am always on a journey of self discovery. My spiritual journey is one of many ebbs and flows. Sometimes I am deeply involved in learning about myself and the Universe, and sometimes I am not as intimately involved.

Lately I have found myself less involved in my spiritual journey than normal. I have allowed myself to become very busy with the business of life, that I have neglected my spiritual side, even though I know, at least at an intellectual level, that the spiritual part of me is where life actually resides.

Rather than being disappointed in myself, I have just allowed myself to notice this. I cannot change what has happened, and so, there is no reason to feel badly, or chastise myself for neglecting something so important. All I can do from here is to reset my intention, and move forward.

I intend to renew my spiritual journey. I will continue my self discovery with renewed vigor. I will allow myself the time to study, to reflect, and to get quiet with myself. Everything is exactly as it should be. I am on my path, and it is taking me to the perfect place, and putting me in the perfect circumstances, with the perfect people, all in perfect timing.

I love the journey I am on in my life. I love to experience things fully. I love to dream big dreams; I love to live out loud.

Yes, it is time to renew my journey, and I know that it will take me where I need, want, and intend to go. I know that it is not the destination that is important, but the journey. I understand that the path up the mountain does not just lead to the top, but to every point along that path.

Have you ever lost sight of where you were going? Have you ever stepped off your intended path? Are you ready to reset and renew? Leave a comment and share with the community. We’re listening.

 



 

 


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