Decide what’s important to you in life, what you desire most or what you no longer need, and work toward achieving your goal or releasing yourself from duties, habits, and attachments that no longer serve your best interest. Or do both, seek something higher and better while letting go of other things that do not serve a higher good. These are the things that a call to a higher spiritual search require as you evolve. Without attachment, learn for yourself what is most important for you and pursue it with courage, fortitude, and impeccability. After all, it’s your life.
Continue on your path to groundedness in the life you are in, figuring out why you are there, what to do next, and how to make the most of it. Often, life takes over and the unfolding of a day is directed by what is happening around you and outside of you, but you can redirect your attention inward and begin to ask some hard questions that may enlighten and redirect your attention so that those questions may be answered with wisdom from within the self.
Ground yourself in knowing that you have within you all that you need to progress upon a path of change that is lasting and beneficial.
Stay grounded by refusing the call to go outside the self in too many ways. There is much outside of you that draws engagement, that wants your energy. Far better to limit outside interference so you can focus on what is going on inside and causing issues within. Inner work is as important as outer work. How you attend to yourself is as important as how you attend to others. What’s really going on with you? Only you know for sure.
With the help of your guides and teachers, in one realm or another, embark into your day knowing that you are protected, loved, and valued. Your presence is desirable and your journey though life one of meaning and purpose with a higher goal in mind, that of your own evolution. With this in mind, set your intentions for a good, productive day and stay open to hearing from your most intimate advisors as you set out to accomplish what must be accomplished today.
Even the best laid plans, with everything in place and set, may not run according to schedule. Such is life, easily planned but much harder to control. Learn to be flexible, to go with the flow, while at the same time be prepared and fully intent for a smooth process. To be open to what comes along, while at the same time to plan for the best, is to be in good balance with what is and with what is desired. To want is natural, but not all that is wanted is necessary. Sometimes something more important is needed. So, with an open and steady heart, prepare to go with the flow!