“I have my own place, I go at my own pace.”

The message for today is simple as always.  When it comes to the way we move through our lives, we often forget that we are the captain of our own soul.

When you find yourself in a state of confusion about how to make a decision to move forward, remember that the best person to judge what direction to go in is you.

Know Thy Self

You know you best…unless you’ve been hiding from yourself.  If that’s the case, the very best thing you can do for yourself is to know thy self.  It is your only salvation. How can you know what to do if you don’t know who you are?

Embrace Your Feelings

Do not avoid your emotions.  They are like billboards that appear to tell you something you’re not paying attention to.  Anger tells you that your boundaries have been violated.  Sadness is a powerful cleanser.  I highly recommend that you take a look at a book called, “The Language of Emotions,” by Karla McLaren.  She is the ultimate teacher of how to face and understand the power of your emotions.

Always remember that you have your own place in this universe, and that you are in charge of your own pace.  If you want something to happen in your life, ask the Universe, but then let go of the ‘how’ and let it happen.  The Universe has a marvelous intelligence that knows how to bring it all together for the good of ALL. The key is to be in the flow, not to try to control it.

So say this to yourself in times of frustration and confusion and let it remind you,

“I have my own place, I go at my own pace.”

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~ by healingstarspirit on April 7, 2011.

3 Responses to ““I have my own place, I go at my own pace.””

  1. Awesome. Another book recommendation: Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing by Carolyne Myss. It deals with the emotional causes of physical healing as related to the sacraments, chakras, and the Kabbalah tree of life.
    I am absolutely loving your posts Nicole! Please keep them coming!

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    • *emotional causes of physical illness (not healing – although it does touch on healing in a major way).

      I love the point that you made, “anger tells us that our boundaries have been violated.” I have never quite heard it put like that.

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    • IMHO you’ve got the right anwser!

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