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Moving locations

when you feel strongly to do so

is a way of bringing

your spiritual and earthly energies together.

There will likely be times in your life

when your soul evolves more quickly

than your circumstances.

Your subconscious mind

may be ready to move forward

long before you recognize

that you are destined

to embrace a new way of life.

Your soul intuitively understands

that changing habitats

can be a vital part of the growth process

and that there may be one part of you

that is eager

to move to another home,

another state,

or another plane of existence.

But the ties that bind you

to your current mode of being

can make moving into this next stage of your life

more challenging than it has to be.

If you find it difficult to move on,

consider that just as people in your life

may come and go,

your role in others’ lives

may also be temporary.

And many of the conditions

that at first seemed favorable

served you for a short time.

When you are ready

to match your situation to your soul,

you will find that you feel

a new sense of harmony and

increasingly connected

to the ebb and flow

of the universe.

Moving on can be defined in numerous ways.

Your forward momentum

may take you from your current locale

to a place you instinctively know

will be more nurturing,


and spiritually enriching.

Once you arrive,

your misgivings will vanish,

and you will know

that you have found a sanctuary.

Similarly, subtle changes in your values,

goals, or emotional needs

can motivate you to distance yourself

from one group of people

in order to re-associate yourself

with individuals that are

better able to support you.

For example, this could mean

moving away from your birth family

in order to find

your energetic or spiritual family.

The route you need to travel

may not always be clear;

you may feel inspired to change

yet be unsure as to why or how.

Clarity may come in the form of a question

if you are willing to seriously ask yourself

where your soul is trying to take you.

In a way,

moving from one point to another

when you feel strongly driven to do so

is a way of bringing

your spiritual

and earthly energies


It is a two-step process

that involves not only letting go

but also reconnecting.

You will know you have found your destination,

physical or otherwise,

when you feel in your heart

that you have been reborn into a life

that is just the right shape,


and composition.

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If the sight of the blue skies…
fills you with joy,

if a blade of grass springing up in the fields…
has power to move you,

if the simple things in nature…
have a message you understand,

for your Soul is alive.

Eleanora Duse

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One of the most calming

and powerful actions

you can do to intervene

in a stormy world

is to stand up

and show your soul.

Struggling souls catch light

from other souls

who are fully lit

and willing to show it.

~Clarissa Pinkola Estes

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The Pursuit of Conscious Wholeness

Striking the right balance

between our physical and spiritual aspects

is one of the most challenging aspects of existence.

We are dual beings by nature,

spiritual entities

bound to earth by physical bodies.

In our lifetimes, we are charged with the duty

of nurturing and tending both

with equal devotion and love.

Yet while both aspects of the self

are deserving of honor and respect,

there is a tendency

for people who are more spiritually focused

to ignore, avoid, or dismiss their bodies.

Similarly, many individuals

are entirely ensconced in the carnal realm

and pay no attention to the needs of the soul.

In both cases, an adjustment is in order.

We are whole only to the degree

that we embrace both sides of our beings.

If the soul

is the inward manifestation

of our consciousness,

the body is the living,

breathing expression

of that consciousness.

The physical self

provides the home

in which the spiritual self

takes root and flourishes.

Just as we must tend

to the seed of the soul

to ensure that it grows strong,

so, too, must we care

for the protective shell that is the body

to make certain it is capable

of playing its role in our development.

Though there will no doubt

be times in our lives

when we feel more comfortable

focusing on the spiritual self or the physical self,

denying the fundamental importance

of one or the other can lead to:

ill health,

emotional distress, and

a sense of incompleteness.

Both facets of the human experience

play a vital role in our well-being.

The body and the soul

are the yin and yang

of our current reality.

They are, at this point of human evolution,

irreparably bound together,

and many spiritual teachers agree

that the body is one of the greatest vehicles

through which to access the soul.

In fact, many believe that our spirit

has chosen to be embodied

as an essential part

of our spiritual development.

Consequently, it is the responsibility

of each person on the planet

to forge a marriage between the two,

so that these disparate aspects

bring out the best in each other,

creating a vibrant,


and workable whole.

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~Rumi- Love

(Translated by Andrew Harvey)

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