Are You On Track?
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Last week I had an awesome Angel Reading by Laurel from Illuminating Souls. I’ve been through a lot of transitions recently and, while I was pretty sure, I wasn’t positive, I was on the right track. I’ve gotten better and better at listening to my intuition and can really feel when something feels right and when it doesn’t. But every once in a while, I get really turned around and I begin to spin on that nasty wheel of self-doubt and question everything I am doing. This was definitely one of those times.
I find it so helpful to have guidance from another to support me, when I need it, in my life. When fear begins to creep in, it becomes increasingly difficult to know what is right and what isn’t. And fear was raging. I could feel my stress levels increasing. I couldn’t quite put a finger on it but it was like I was watching all my coping mechanisms starting to engage and things that might not bother me so much at other times were really bothering me. The thoughts in my head were spinning around and around like a carnival ride stuck on high…broken and beyond repair…like the horror films where people just begin to fly off the ride and die.
Have you ever experienced this?
If you’ve ever experienced this, you know what it’s like…how hard it is to stop…to get grounded…to get back on track. Sometimes, help from someone else is necessary.
Laurel’s reading was exactly what I needed. Her kind words. The language she used…it was as if she was in my head. Things she couldn’t have known. She was exactly what I needed to move past the fear and keep moving forward from a positive space.
Sometimes we just need to get out of our own way. Sometimes that requires a little love and kindness from another. There’s nothing wrong with asking for help. It’s important to do whatever it takes to move forward. That’s what is important…to keep moving forward.