One day Dr.Patricia Sequiera visited me, she is the doctor at the University. She had signed up as an Amway consultant and she had come to share the business the plan. She asked me what my dreams were.
At that point in life I could not see visions or dreams and it shattered me, that I had reached that point in my life that I only existed and I no longer was alive. That’s when the first shift occurred. I joined up Amway not the business, or the products but for the way it made me focus on success.
Couple of years later during a conversation with my mother, she said, that some commented if I had focused on any one thing, in my life I would have been a success. At that moment I was furious, that he dared to hint that I was not successful. There was this entire gamut of self abuse that I went through because I had to prove to my brother that I was not a failure, again for him success was dollars.
When I attended the alumni meet, my professor, Dr.Bhat told me, “Don’t apologize for putting your practise second, and focusing on your kids, just look at your kids they are so good I am honoured to know.” This after I had just been told by a “close relative” that I was a failure as a mother as I had sent my daughters to the four and twenty classes, well, that’s when the question popped up
Who defines my success?
Thinking about it we are multidimensional beings and our earthly aspects are a very small part of who we are.
Haven’t we all woken one day and figured that our life no longer working the way we set it up, or our setting is longer fun. This is because there is a shift within us, sometimes the shift is larger and effects humanity. We are changing and so is the environment around us, so do milestones and signpost this simply means we need to change with the changing energies around us.
Some ideas we had couple years back need to be questioned. Not that they are no longer sensible it is just that they are no longer relevant because the energies have altered so have we.
Sometimes drastic change feels totally right and overnight we might decide to sell our home, and move to another country or quit our job and begin a second career. Other times we allow the changes to proceed slowly beginning perhaps with allowing ourselves to dream of a new life or just to ask the deeper questions that encourage us to discover our true purpose in life. either way this is natural growth and we just need to trust it to guide us through to the life of our dreams.