“When nothing in certain, anything is possible”.
These words stuck in my mind after reading them in an Instagram post last week.
The full quote is:
“Trust the wait, embrace the uncertainty, enjoy the beauty of becoming. When nothing is certain, anything is possible” by Mandy Hale.
I felt like the timing couldn’t have been more perfect to read this quote after (like many of us) feeling a little lost after our last lockdown here in Victoria.
Upon reflection this meant that I surrendered it all to the universe.
I handed over all the things I thought I wanted and needed that were filling my mind and energy and asked to be shown what the next step is.
I find that sometimes to get to a true place of surrender, this act of deep trust is often preceded by a dose of discomfort. An experience that allows us to get to a place where we are truly ready to let it all go, strip life right back and focus on what is really important to us.
To truly simplify.
It’s the perfect push to really assess things and feel into what is truly in the best interest for our highest good.
If you feel like nothing is certain and you are in the space awaiting direction, answers or possibilities to show themselves.
I see you.
I feel you.
In this space that can feel wildly uncomfortable I’ve found focusing on simple self care to be incredibly comforting.
I’m talking about the really simple things, like:
- Eating nourishing meals,
- Drinking 2 liters of water,
- Moving my body,
- Mindful play time with my kids,
- Getting enough sleep,
- Reading a good book (I’m currently reading ‘Bella Tuscany’ by Frances Mayes and ‘The Happiness Trap’ by Russ Harris and loving them both),
- Midday meditation and down time,
- Watching my fav show (currently it’s ‘The Bold Type’ on Stan),
- Processing emotions,
- Getting out in nature.
These simple practices give us focus to nourish ourselves in the most simple ways. But also allow us to become mindful and feel our best at the same time.
I often find so much comfort by tracking these practices throughout the day when I’m feeling a little lost.
I track my daily self care practices in the collective hub “Create your best life” journal which you can grab online from collective hub and I have 1 copy left in clinic for $39.
One thing I have found rise to the surface in the space of the unknown is my love for writing.
I love writing these emails for you every week, sharing my journey with you and offering you support in any way that I can.
And I am currently writing two ebooks to support your intuitive connection. They include some incredibly powerful tools that I have used many a time and am currently personally taking to the next level at the moment.
I can't wait to share them with you soon!
And I am also loving researching and learning more about the editing process. I find it such an interesting practice, like mindfully carving out a sculpture.
To be completely honest this new found curiosity for editing bewildered me as I had a strong dislike for English class in school and never cared much for correcting my writing before now.
But when it comes to intuition and curiosities I find personally that the best ideas don't make much sense to our logical minds.
Have you been feeling the same?
What do you find supports you most in times of unknown?
What are you finding is bubbling up to the surface that maybe you didn't expect?
If you feel called to share your journey please hit 'reply' and share away:) I would love to hear about your discoveries.
That's all from me today.
Take care and until next week,
Sending you all so much love and big, big hugs,