The Shinning Path

You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club-

It has taken me 30+ years to discover that there are many paths to happiness available to each and every one of us.

Discovering my path began by asking myself what true happiness means to me, and allowing my answer to lead the way moving forward. Initially, many paths appeared to be a dead-end, until I looked in a different direction, taking notice of the new openings awaiting just around the bend. I started to notice that the “options” available to me came from thinking outside the box, doing “something” different, or simply letting go of past habits and conditions that had clearly outlived their usefulness.

I found that by consciously choosing to think, feel, and act differently in relation to life’s challenges? Made the difference between hope and despair – optimism and frustration. Each “dead-end” I encountered introduced new lessons to be learned and new experiences to be shared.

Daily Meditation:

Empty your heart and soul and simply let the path, come to you.

CultFit Path

6 Comments on “The Shinning Path”

  1. Sandra says:

    Love it. Especially since the first time I scanned the photograph on my way to “liking” the post, the image I saw flit by was that of an oncoming train.
    Now *that* sounds about right. My true path may need to hit me like an oncoming train for me to understand. Sometimes I can be a bit thick-headed, perhaps I just don’t give myself time to listen. . .

  2. This is very timely and exactly what was needed in my present state of mind. Thanks.

  3. Rainee says:

    Reblogged this on Encore Australia and commented:
    I enjoyed this post from CultFit so I decided to share it 🙂

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