What’s next? Is that your question, too? It certainly is mine these days. It’s not just that it’s the beginning of a new year. It’s much more my experience of the void, that space between what-was and what-has-not-yet-manifested. When I’m sitting more on the side of emptiness I sometimes feel like crying. The tears aren’t attached to anything. It’s just that; I feel like crying. That’s often my earliest indicator that inner change has brought me to the void. There is a moment though, where emptiness moves into spaciousness.
Spaciousness feels expansive. It’s the fertile space that is ready to receive. In this readiness I feel exquisitely poised at the top of a precipice. My breath slows and my vision expands. What’s next?
As an Inner Researcher, I have been asking questions and connecting with answers that are guiding my next steps.
Spaciousness feels expansive.
It’s the fertile space that is ready to receive.
Interesting question! I spent so much of November and December contemplating and planning 2015 to ensure that I incorporated all the right strategic elements with my passions, etc. However, now that I’m here, I’m wondering what it’s all for and if all that “stuff” will give me what I truly seek — inner peace and the chance to meaningfully touch the lives of others. So here I am, once again, contemplating and modifying. And that’s okay, because it means I’m listening to my inner divine, and so long as I’m following that voice, every move will be the perfect move, in perfect time!
Oh my Sheila, that’s it exactly! All the planning in the world only works as a beginning point, doesn’t it? There are so many other elements in play all the time that work into the unfolding. Listening to your inner divine, to the inner voice, means we are the flexible angels that we need to be to receive all that is available.