In years past I would have labelled it as overwhelming or anxiety provoking. Now I choose the perspective of it being there to use as a powerful activator for whatever passion I choose to focus on.
It’s interesting that the weather has been foggy, reflecting the lack of clarity I’m experiencing with what passion I wish to express, and how I want to activate it. There are a couple of practices I find very useful when I’m uncertain of what my next steps are.
The first is to just relax into being. I breathe and know that wisdom and certainty will unfold. I connect with the wonder of All That IS and enjoy focusing on each moment.
The second practice is to write. I may invite a stream of consciousness. I put pen to paper, as I believe the cellular wisdom of moving my hand across the page will divulge and release any underlying thoughts, emotions or beliefs I haven’t been paying attention to. If that isn’t flowing then I may use writing prompts from a variety of sources. Julie Jordon Scott has excellent prompts in her blog Julie Unplugged. Adela Rubio has offered prompts from time to time that I return to when my writing isn’t flowing. I also go into my pinterest boards and peruse quotes that I have penned or pinned.
Today as I was contemplating that a daily writing practice tip might assist you in being your most Divine, I was inspired to offer you prompts that could start your juices flowing and help clarify your energetic direction:
Life is divine when….
I feel divine when….
I would define divineness as….
You may also wish to identify 5 ways you can add divineness into your life; contemplate how you can be more aware of the divine around you; or determine how you will be living a more divine life at this time next year
As I have written this, the sun has come out burning off the fog and the energy is flowing more smoothly as if the dam holding it back has released. It goes to reinforce my knowing that writing is a powerful tool for redirecting my flow back into the streams of highest conscious divine living.