Tweet Since we’re still in the process of packing and unpacking, I haven’t had much of a chance to craft. But I have moved things around for a little fun. Exhibit A: The coffee table I nabbed the napkins at a local Kailua store Kai […]
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Unfortunately, there’s no sign on the door that says, “Closed,” when it’s time to pack it up and go. You need to be a bit of a detective, a sleuth, an intuitive master to figure out that.
Here’s what I do know.
Life doesn’t just let you alone without any clues to help you on your way. But you need to be 1) open to hearing them 2) ready to embrace the message.
When contemplating the move from California to Hawaii, the decision was not easy. It was probably a lot harder than you’d think. It took many conversations within myself to decide that listening to my intuition was smarter than following my head.
It took carefully packing away my fears, gently rocking my inner child and softly and compassionately showing it the way.
In short, it was no cake walk.
But in the end, I’m here and all is well. And I was reminded that life is easier when we listen to ourselves.
How do you know when it’s time to go?
1. You feel restless.
2. You wake up at night with a, “Something’s not right feeling.”
3. You’re terrified about the decision you know you have to make.
4. You’re tired of living the life you’re living.
5. You keep getting signs that you should be doing something else.
In all honestly, you know what you have to do. You may be too afraid to do it. You may believe that you can’t. Sometimes what’s really holding us back isn’t the thing we have to do, but the belief that we can’t do it.
Allow yourself to imagine the possibility that you can, that you have all the tools you need to do what seems impossible, that fear is just a normal part of the equation.
Our fears will never go away. But as we get stronger and courageous and more able to face them, we allow ourselves the opportunity to fulfill our life purpose and to grow into the person we were meant to become.
We only have one life to live. We only have this moment. If something isn’t working in your life, please dear friend,
consider changing it.