Your magic, have you found it? Do you know what it is? Do you know you have magic inside you? We all do. It’s a special knowing. It’s there alright. Waiting for the right moment for you to feel that tiny little thrill when you recognize it. It’s in a place where no one else goes, ever. There’s a kind of light that switches on inside you. The light is your essence beginning to illuminate. Do you know that little thrill?
If you haven’t found it yet, it’s because it’s in the development stage. It’s manifesting itself through the life you’ve chosen to live so far. It’s waiting for all your ducks to be in a row. What you’ve lived so far has been necessary to get you there. It’s OK if things have been difficult. They were meant to be that way, to prepare you for your magic. Caregivers are lucky, they can see that they’re in a kind of holding place. They are taking care of someone because they chose to do that as a path to their magic; the magic they can experience here, on earth.
It’s beautiful when it unfolds before our consciousness. There’s no regret for not having found it at a younger age. We know that it took the lifetime we’ve already lived, with all it’s ups and downs, happiness and sadness, to get us to the sweet place of knowing.
You can prepare for your magic’s arrival. You can accept your current situation with grace. You can go about your daily tasks nurturing your essence, by taking care of yourself physically and emotionally, to the best of your ability. If you’re reading this blog, it’s because you desire more for yourself and you’re getting closer to your magic.
If you know your magic and are not moving forward with it, there’s a reason for that. Your essence needs a little more nurturing. Be patient and know that grace and creativity will get you to the place where you’re loving your life. Where you feel fulfilled and want to share your happiness through your magic.
In my next blog, I’m going to talk about “time to think.” It’s a very important part of nurturing your essence and bringing your magic out into the open. Until then, be a little creative, do something nice for yourself. Feeling a little pleasure brings more pleasure to you.
P.S. You may think that you’ve read this post before and that’s because it’s one of the first to appear on my blog. Over the next few weeks, as we move through the autumn and winter months, I will be revisiting other posts that I hope will bring you comfort and insight during this time.