It’s easier to respect, even trust the journey when you think of yourself as the journey.
When YOU are the journey and the practice, you open yourself up to seeing guidance everywhere, light in everything, evidence of your own progression and potential with each step you take, in the direction of what feels meaningful and true to you.
“There is no greater journey than the one that you must take to discover all of the mysteries that lie within you.” – Michelle Sandlin
Letting yourself be a journey is a practice in itself and one that releases the pressure of achievement, replacing it with the joy of allowing.
Think of your life as a broader practice and yourself, as a living, breathing expression of the life source. This perspective makes it easier to be still in moments of chaos because there’s this sense that all is well, even after everything.
Presence starts to breed progress. Perfection is defined by progression.
Here are some thoughts on being the journey, and allowing yourself to live the journey of becoming.
To Remind You That You Are the Journey…
1. Embody the practice, become the practice: build a core of unshakeable well-being.
Explore the path that you can't separate your heart from.
2. Healing, growth, transformation requires your presence in all stages.
“The path of awakening is not about becoming who you are. Rather it is about unbecoming who you are not.” — Albert Schweitzer
3. You are earth and sky, the practitioner and the practice, the universe experiencing itself.
“Sometimes I wake up and my heart weighs 200 pounds and my soul feels 10,000 years old. And then I realize that I’m a journey made of stardust, not just a person.” — Tanya Markul
4. You were created to create; create—live—with trust in the unknown, because you are part of it, too.
Take care of this moment. Let the universe handle the rest.
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Which of these reminders did you really need to read today?
Tell me in the comments. I read every single one, and I’d love to know!
P.S. Wake up with hope beating in your heart every single morning. Get my book Morning Affirmations to help you wait with purpose and trust in the process.