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Self Discovery

It seems many are "waking up," searching for more. Not in a materialistic way but rather a spiritual one. There are many options, which route do you take? Whose advice do you take?

I didn't start to search until later in life, however prior to that I was taken to various churches and even attended a Catholic school despite my family not being Catholic. I've never asked why, maybe it was a better school or maybe my parents wanted me to have the experience. Which yes, it did open my eyes to different teachings. When I was in my thirty's I got baptized. In the Pacific Ocean no less! In reflection, I have no idea why I did it, except how cool did it sound to be baptized in the ocean?? Or perhaps because it was a thing to do. At that time I was attending a church mainly because my spouse at that point wanted to, however the sermons never truly touched me deeply. I never experienced an aha moment like this is amazing. I seemed to be going through the motions.

Yes, I always knew or really felt there was a God or rather something bigger, more expansive, but I didn't understand what that meant. Fast forward. Being pushed from a dysfunctional marriage, I started my search. I followed where my inner self was guiding me. At times, I had no idea what exactly that would look like or what I'd discover, there was no plan, only the guidance of my heart.

Although mine wasn't a search in a sense to God, for God, but one of self discovery. In that discovery I was reconnected with the earth and started a relationship with what I term The Divine. That resonates with me as does Source, Spirit, The Universe more then the term God. Thus in the self discovery, I truly found who and what I am - an extension, a light, of the All That Is.

I implore you, if you are starting your journey or maybe questioning where you are, to follow your heart for in that you will discover all the truths you are seeking.

I wish you much love and many blessings today and always. Namaste