On your quest for knowledge, you will most certainly look outside of yourself for indicators of your next steps in life.
Today, I want to discuss the material—also called breadcrumbs—that you “stumble upon” in your wild search for answers.
Let’s say you have an idea about something you’d like to research. It could be soul plans, or raising your Kundalini, or self love.
First place you’ll probably go is the Internet, where you’ll search for that term, and start clicking on links.
You’ll be directed to exactly what you’re needing at the moment, and sometimes that’s a crazy wild frenzy of clicking on seemingly unrelated links to end up there. This is your Higher Self and other contributing energies assisting you in finding what you are looking for. Don’t fight it. Enjoy the treasure hunt!
As you gain trust in your ability to create, you’ll listen to your gut more often and click on links that feel right to you.
When the destination is reached, you’ll find the information there to answer the question, fortify the desire, or fill in some blanks about your inquiry.
You’ll probably feel elated that you found the desired information, and you’ll be excited to read it. You inhale the stuff, relish its value, integrate it….and then you see when it was written.
Perhaps it was written 25 years ago, 50 years ago, or even 150 years ago.
How can something that old apply to you?
To the human mind, which is taught to follow linear progression, you could doubt that the information presented is relevant to you at all. I mean, how could something that Abraham Lincoln said in 1860 be written for you, who lives in a very different, 21st Century world? How could he know what your question would be, and provide an answer for it?
To your larger Self, the time element is moot.
Since everything is happening instantaneously, it doesn’t matter when it was written. Linear time, as we use it here on Earth, is just a construct that the Collective, which includes you and I, have agreed to abide by while we were still asleep. Once we awaken, we learn the malleability of time and the meaning of “everything is happening now.”
The message that arrived to you via your wild link-clicking was one of infinite potentialities, and your observing of it activated it into relevance in your life. You have set up these messages, like the multitude of books in a library just waiting for you to pull one off of the shelf. This is so with any song that plays, any conversation you overhear, any repeating numbers you see, or any other breadcrumb that you find along your path.
It’s the non-physical part of YOU, sending yourself messages in all manners and forms, to see what you’ll find relevant for growth. That means you had a part in every song, poem, film or book that enlightens you. You are the creator of it all.
That’s how powerful you are!
Oh, and my favorite Abraham Lincoln quote:
“No matter how much cats fight, there always seem to be plenty of kittens.”
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