I every spend December doing some written reflection of the year by participating in Reverb which is hosted this year by Kat McNally. The premise of Reverb is simple: each day a prompt is given and you answer openly (and maybe even share like I am doing on my site). Its a simple, refreshing end of year practice.
Today’s prompt: Today, I invite you to take a quiet moment to consider: what can you say right now with certainty?
The first words that erupted from my heart when I read this question were: I am exactly where I am supposed to be. 2014 has been full of transitions for me from relocating to Texas to building my business to changing my thinking. At each juncture, I would often wonder why things weren’t moving “faster”. I have goals and dreams that I want so badly to manifest and sometimes things happened slower than I anticipated. As I sit here, I know with a peaceful certainty that I am right where I am supposed to be.
Everything that has happened over the past 12 months have grown me, prepared me, and opened me to the endless possibilities that exist within me. Every struggle, challenge, obstacle was a lesson learned and cherished. Those detours, those mistakes, are all a part of the grand production that is living life. I don’t have to worry about if I “should” have been further along because right now where I stand is absolute perfection.
I open this question to you, now. What can you say with absolute certainty?
6 thoughts on “Reverb#14: Certainty”
” I am exactly where I am supposed to be” is a very strong belief of mine. One that consistently gives me comfort, and teaches me to com from a place of awareness without judgement.
What a wonderful realization. There’s a solidness to that, and yet I can feel the expansiveness as well. Perfect!
check out Exactly by Amy Steinburg … that’s what I thought of when I read your post about being exactly where you need to be. Aho!
I will definitely check that out!
Nothing more powerful (or liberating) than knowing you are exactly where you are supposed to be.
Well done you! xx
So true. It is quite liberating to understand the concept of being where you are meant to be. Releases us from expectation and disappointment.