“If you want to find meaning, stop chasing after so many things.”
Autumn is a mixed bag, beautiful with an inherent sadness as we face another ending.
There will be days when you have great hunger for your soul’s desire and move towards it with a directness that may surprise you.
Then the “not so much days” when the old familiar of discouragement and doubt slyly seep in to feed the hesitancy… Nothing seems to be going on so you may press yourself into busyness of the Holiday Season to avoid the feeling that you have not accomplished as much as you had hoped this year. Practice once again to be kind and forgiving towards yourself. Know we are all a work in progress, and “inner growth” knows no season.
Actually more is happening than you realize that is critical to your growth. The temporary feelings of dullness or darkness are needed to germinate, to establish a solid foundation for your inner growth which is unbound and timeless. From this dance floor you will be able to catapult into the fullness of life. In life, as in nature, all change is accumulative, and constant. Re-frame the “not so much” days.
As you are beckoned into a more expansive, abundant life, you must stop the usual busyness; plant the desire and give it time for germination without plucking it up to see if it is taking root.