Today we relax with confidence in the activity of our Inner Divine Mind. We allow it to express its true nature of all-sufficiency and all-supply in our life and affairs. Today, our only responsibility is to protect our Own Loving Presence from thoughts that block its flow. If we feel uncertain, we remember our Source; if we feel weak, we remember our Inner Flow; if we feel doubt, we assure ourselves of our Inner Knowing and we are free.
The first Journey I ever did was Journey of Purpose, this Journey. I was feeling lost, not knowing what I was “supposed” to do, trying to figure out my purpose. That’s why Purpose was the first-ever Journey.
Looking for my purpose then became my purpose, and Journeys began to unfold.
So, I’ve asked myself, if my purpose is to do these Journeys and share them, then why do I need another Journey of Purpose? Haven’t I found it? Why am I still looking?
The words that came to me were integration and expansion.
When habits or routines become integrated into life, the actions become natural and easy, and then there is a natural expansion. The mental-emotional effort used in the initial integrating eases, and the energy of that effort can be used elsewhere, thus creating the possibility for expansion.
Think about this for your own life: what have you added in your life that has taken a period for transition and integration (the addition of a new love, the addition of a pet, the addition of a child, going to an exercise/dance/yoga class regularly…)? Everything else remains your life, but you’ve added something. After a period of time, the thing that was new has become integrated into your life, you do it because it’s just “what you do”. At that point, the integration is done, that action or relationship is now part of who you are and what you do, you can add something else, and start the process all over again. It’s not always neat and linear like that, but you get the point.
This is how I feel about Purpose. I’m not done yet, and in a way I am back at square one. I’ve integrated the Journeys to the point where they are natural; this is what I do, this is a part of who I am. Yet the Journeys are just part of the tip of the iceberg of what my Ultimate Purpose is. In doing the Purpose Journey this time, it’s like I am lost and in the dark about what my next purpose is, but with so much more of an anchor of assurance about me. In other words: there is still more to do, what I have done so far is only the beginning, a foundation upon which to build.
Life is infinite; my service to Life, in Love is infinite. I never really have to think about “what’s next”–I simply have to move forward with assurance, and let Life reveal itself to me.