Waiting to exhale … that deep breath as you settle into comfort and truth and love and yourself. When you get what you always wanted. I have felt so much motivation and action this week. I do believe that my energy and passion has come from the novel A Dangerous Mourning by Anne Perry which I completed reading on Tuesday. The book left me feeling exhilarated and confident – more sure of myself, who I am, and my goals. I love uncovering a mystery! This week has been one long inhale and now I must release.
The work I have done this week has cleared up my intention on blogging for I need one to keep up in this ratrace on the internet. I have always found blogging, and still do but maybe it is lessened a bit, a crazy, intense form of media. There is so much of it out there and so much pressure to get numbers and attract people. It is overwhelming. It is like everyone has their own newspapers and has to be at every street corner trying to sell, screaming above the person beside them.
Yet I have this desire to be of service. I wish to inspire people to be themselves. Perhaps find themselves first. Clear away all the anger and hurt and expectations. Shake the dusty blankets off all the agreeing and trying and settle into being you. I want people to notice the clues to being themselves – uncover their purpose – their destiny. The only way to help is to hear stories. I would love to help you uncover your unsolved mystery. Or perhaps hear how you uncovered it. Maybe you always new it and have never felt that lost feeling some of us have.
It is my intention for people to find the hidden clues of who they are. Just as I did in my book Sunlight. To live a life doing and being what you love. Like solving the mystery of Anne Perry’s novels you need some querying and questioning but also time for reflection.
Understanding the concept of life-purpose is my passion. I feel more comfortable and sure of it’s direction. It is my niche. It is my quest. Ahh … I can exhale.
What is something that you did, saw, read, experienced, whatever, that left you feeling exhilarated?