At the Heart of It All
As we wonder, imagine, and expand our hearts and minds beyond what we can physically see and perceive, we’ll be able to access more information from within ourselves and our natural surroundings. There is a flow to life, and one of our biggest opportunities is to be curious enough to explore the unknown.
Author Jacob Nordby writes, “Blessed are the weird people: poets, misfits, writers, mystics, painters, troubadours, for they teach us to see the world through different eyes.”
When we learn to trust our heart, we start tuning into what we truly need.
His guidance continues,
“You know that crazy heart of yours?
The one with lightning crackling and moonlight shining through it.
The one you’ve been told not to trust because it often led you off the beaten path.
The one so many have misunderstood your entire life.
Trust it. Feed it. Grow it.
It’s your greatest treasure and will point the way to your highest destiny. It is the voice of your soul.”
Trusting Our Hearts
When you travel a lot, you realize that horizons stop being a geographic location. They take on a different dimension. Taking a trip to fulfill your soul’s mission crosses the horizon of your imagination.
Geographic locations may simply be opportunities to gain new perspectives and revelations through the experience of different cultures and traditions. These encounters bring new insight and understanding that feed your soul to become more whole and help you find ways to lift and shift yourself and others.
And traveling through our imagination brings us closer to creation. It is no longer about ideas but the ability to put them in motion.
“For a day, just for one day,
Talk about that which disturbs no one
And bring some peace into your