There has been a lot of talk about a feeling of something wanting to come forth in different people’s lives. They are saying things like “I don’t know,” and “It’s a feeling that I need to do something, but don’t know what it is,” etc.
In my philosophy, we call this Divine Discontent. A spiritual growth spurt is happening. When I lived in New Mexico, before I became acquainted with the New Thought teaching, I spent a lot of time feeling like I was stuck. I knew I wanted to do something or that I was craving something, but I couldn’t move from the feeling of wanting and not knowing to actually doing something about it. I just kept putting one foot in front of the other. I followed my heart. I was led to do The Artist’s Way at one point. That was a major shift. Then, I ended up back where I started – in theater. That was my passion and that led to one thing and then another and soon, I was in a new relationship and finally here on Kaua’i. It was about a 20 year process until now.
The Divine Discontent has begun to surface again, but now I know what to do with it. I allow it, but I begin to get connected in my heart and really focus on my passion – what drives me, what makes me wake up in the morning. I follow that and Divine Discontent becomes action.
Love is now leading the way. The way is not always known, but the avenue has been created for something to reveal itself. It does. People show up that share information that is required. Consciousness shifts and changes. Clarity emerges. New projects emerge. It’s an unfolding journey with a purpose – to express more of who I am in a bigger way.
So, if you are feeling it – that urge, that something that is calling deep from within you – I invite you to accept that you do know what it is. Your heart is calling. It might not make sense at first and it might set you in the opposite direction of where you thought you were going all this time; but, what you might find out is that it is where you were going, but you just took a side road for a while. Now you are back on the path.
Love and Aloha,