What’s with that??????
In 2013 I went to India. I was there for 2 weeks. I was invited to be a speaker at an International Conference, LifeBloom. I was excited to be sharing my work and taking it to the world.
I thought India was an adventure and a time of self discovery. India offered incredible divine spots and also not so divine too, it was eclectic, diverse, colourful and intriguing.
It was a time of spiritual transformation, energy clearing, healing, self discovery and divine sacred support.
So today I was reflecting.
When did I start saying Namaste?
When did I bring my hands together in a gesture of connection, humility and presence?
I am an Italian Catholic – what!!?
It was that journey that cemented my desire to go deeper with my spiritual transformation. As well as discover my offerings to humanity and stay true to my calling.
Wow what does that even mean?
I don’t need to know now but years ago I would have found it airy fairy and not real. Today it so real I can taste it.
The awakening process can be challenging, judgmental and full of subversive criticism.
But from someone who has been there and felt all that at her core, it has been an amazing journey through to the other side. To wonder, gratitude, love, surrender and flow.
Which brings me back to Namaste – it is an all encompassing greeting and salute. Almost a salvation. It is
I am not a yogi. I am an ordinary woman who has now awakened to her spirituality. Do you need to be anyone other than yourself? I say if it calls and it feels right, use it, do it.
Be seen my friend. It is so much easier to be you and be true.
“My soul honours your soul.
I honour the love, light, beauty, truth and kindness within you because it is also within me.
In sharing these things there is no distance and no difference between us.
We are the same.
We are one.”
This gave me goosebumps reading it! I've finally realized (or is that 'admitted' ;)) I am on that journey and I boy do I really get this… "The awakening process can be challenging, judgmental and full of subversive criticism." …mostly from me…to me!
I look forward to where this enlightenment is taking me. I'm filled with deep gratitude for what it has already show me and given me permission to let go.
Thanks for sharing your journey and running alongside with those of us on ours.
Thank you – this was so delightful to read – I appreciate you and your journey <3