Trust in your path. Trust requires that we listen to our inner wisdom, trust takes faith in the life process, and trust means we commit to living fully in the present.
We have this illusion that we have control over events around us. And where as I’m not advocating you shouldn’t do any planning and preparation, over thinking can often be more harmful than going in with a half rehearsed plan but your eyes fully open.
Three weeks ago, I made a bold, rash, risky decision, depending on the viewpoint. I had a very good job, in Central London, I got on with my colleagues and bosses and felt quite valued. I lived in a city that people over the world go and dream of visiting and I had a solid friendship circle. I was however getting increasingly discontent and I knew that this was not the journey my heart desired. I left my job, left the city, left my friends and left all of my security.
I have always wanted to travel, develop my own ideas and be dependent on myself, to attempt to grow a limitless lifestyle. I craved greater challenges, more accelerated growth and to face my fears head on to get to my dreams. For the last two weeks, I have been in Kathmandu, I purchased a one-way ticket and have jumped into uncertainty.
In these two weeks, I have had to take more action, faced great challenges and encountered incredible people. The opportunities for me to create what I hope lies in the hands of myself and fortune and it is a scary combination of letting go and taking action.
It feels so right, and although the fear is there a plenty, the faith in the path to keep moving forward is unbridled. The path is there, we know what we would do in our idyllic world, follow it and your world can become idyllic.