Two weeks ago I wrote the post, “Where your focus goes, your energy flows.”
At the time, there were a couple of things bothering me about my current situation and I was semi-obsessing about them. Every day I was drilling my head for a reprieve but the more I drilled the more I hit a brick wall. Finally, I realized I needed to stop pressuring myself to find the answer, so I wrote the post and the evening I published it, I let it go.
About an hour ago, the solution came to me. I don’t even know what I was thinking about. I was daydreaming, standing by the stove and stirring a pot of noodles. Suddenly the answer dropped into my conscious and I instantly I felt it,
“Yeah, that’s it- that’s the answer I was looking for.”
I’ll be moving shortly
The overall thing that was bothering me was my present living situation. I was supposed to move somewhere a few months ago, but those plans got canceled. What was supposed to be a visit, ended up being an extended stay with family. As grateful as I am to be here, I need to go.
Previously I felt like I had to be here, but I don’t. I now know where I’m moving to and when but I’ll save the deets for later on.
Earlier this morning I found the notebook that contained an old vision board, the first one I ever did. When I walked into the storage room, it was laying upside-down next to a basket of clothes. I opened it, read it and took it all in. Most of the stuff has been accomplished, some of it no longer applies and a couple things I’m still working on.
I wrote this vision board in 2016. Those small seeds I planted into my subconscious, they grew into something! I was nostalgic thinking about it.
It was that moment of nostalgia that reminded me of my purpose while I was stirring the noodle pot.
The funny part is, I had the answer all along- it was right in front of my face. I had even contemplated it before, but my arbitrary preconceived notions of what “I needed to be doing” kept eliminating it as a possibility.
Thank goodness my subconscious was working on me and today I was finally able to receive the solution. Sometimes things have to marinate before we taste and see they are good.
I wrote the other day, “Life is Too Short, Be Happy” and I mentioned how bit by bit I’ve started to figure myself out. Well, this is a part of that.
It’s hard to hit a moving target or furthermore a nonexistent one. I’m glad I finally have the mark and can start executing on it.
Thank you for reading!