Divine Discontent

There is a song called “Something’s Calling Me.”  I love this song by Jami Lula. It gets right into your soul. Have you ever felt like something’s calling you? Everything is fine with your life, but you just feel like there is something deeper to be known. This is called “Divine Discontent.” It is when the Spirit within is urging you to move to a deeper level in life. You do not know exactly what it is, but there is something to be known.  Something’s calling you? It’s you! Your highest self engaging you in the next step in your evolution.

I’m in one of those places right now, and I am allowing myself to be here without pushing. My mentor encouraged me to just let it be and it will be known in the right time.  I trust that.

This place of the unknown is a very powerful place to be. It means that I am open to new ideas flowing through me. I am not stuck in what I think needs to happen next, but am open to allowing the new to make itself known in unexpected ways. In magnificent ways!

At times like these, what I do is listen to my heart. I follow the creative urges that call me. I get quiet. I rest. I do my best to stay open and aware. I know that everything that enters my awareness is here for my good and an answer to my next step. My next step is really right here, and I am walking it. The Truth always comes at just the right moment.

I am excited when I am in this place of Divine Discontent because I know that something really fantastic is happening. I am about to deepen my awareness of my purpose and calling.

The most important thing to remember if you are experiencing Divine Discontent is is that it is a good thing. It means that something new for your advancement is pushing you to new levels of awareness. Divine Discontent is another word for Spiritual Evolution. I follow where it takes  me, and I know clarity is always right here where I am. Love leads the way and Law makes the way possible. Ask and you shall receive.

Love and Aloha,

Rev. Rita

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