I know you don’t fully remember our meetings before you became physical this lifetime. But we had them—many of them.
We meticulously planned the energies you would incarnate with. We planned the strengths (and the weaknesses). We planned the challenges (and the ways you would overcome them). And we planned your destiny.
Ah, that word got your attention, didn’t it Friend? Destiny.
Yes, of course you have a destiny (I know you sometimes wonder about that). How do you tell if you’re living your destiny? Simple. Ask yourself these questions:
1. Am I doing what excites me—as much as I possibly can?
2. Am I enjoying each and every “now” moment as fully as possible?
3. Am I listening to that quiet, still voice inside of me for direction and guidance?
Because, dear Friend, you were born with an internal guidance system that will absolutely unfold your destiny—should you follow it.
What will your destiny be like? Well, it may not be winning the next Pulitzer Prize or discovering the answer to the world’s energy crisis. But it is the life path that makes you the happiest, the wealthiest, that utilizes your skills and talents to the highest level possible and it is the path in which you can make the most difference in the world.
And another thing to remember—making a difference in the world doesn’t always show up visibly in the world. Your energy of excitement, contentment, love, compassion and joy could be the catalyst for others to seek their joy, and through them, others to seek theirs, creating a wave of people bringing their greatest gifts to the planet.
And you may never know you did that. And it won’t matter. Because your destiny doesn’t include your ego—it can’t. If it did, it wouldn’t be your destiny.
So, go forth, have fun, follow your greatest excitement and listen—listen for me, guiding you all along the way.
With colossal love,
P.S. Oh, and one more thing Friend—your destiny isn’t a straight line. It’s more of a serpentine path. Trust that every twist and turn has a purpose. And if you stay aligned with those three little questions above, you will look back at the end of your life and say, “Ah, now it makes sense—and it all unfolded perfectly.”