I’ve been extremely spiritually connected and otherworldly since I was a child. I knew I would eventually be writing about metaphysical topics in greater depth, but it wasn’t something I initially wanted to write about or teach. In fact, I continued to put it off for about two decades. My interest was in writing about love, dating, sex, and relationships, since those personal physical and soulful unions with others were most important to me. It wasn’t writing about God or spiritual related empowering concepts, even though my connections have always been strong and evident to others around me before all that. There were earlier hints of what was to come through my earlier philosophical passages that tended to be woven into what I was writing back then.
Growing up, spirituality and religion was solely about my individual personal connection and relationship with God. I never understood the point in sharing that or turning it into a lucrative venture as a teacher, which was what I was later branded without me realizing it. However, I did foresee me doing that work as I moved out of my teens and into my twenties, but my guides circled the time frame where that would clearly kick off as being around my mid-to-late 30’s, even though one part of me scoffed, brushed it off, or denied it because I didn’t want to do that work.
What I “see” or “hear” from council, and what my ego personally feels can be two completely distinctive views, so I put up a great deal of resistance. Luckily, as the time period when the transition would take place was approaching, I was growing less me-focused and more universally focused. The dark egotistical narcissistic part of me was rapidly simmering down enough to reveal that one of my soul’s missions was as clear as it could be. I knew I could no longer hold all of this knowledge that had been living in my consciousness and not share it.
The goal, intention, and purpose they were asking of me has a larger global effect long after I’m gone, than the fun I wanted to do. I now ultimately do my work for Him with pleasure. I learned through the many people writing me over the years that their lives were positively changing as a result of something I said or wrote. Even if you completely change one person in a positive way, then you’ve done your job, but changing more than that was more than I expected.
In other news…..
August 16th seems to be an interesting day
for major entertainers…….