Traveling from Ego to God

As I reflect upon my travels through the USA, and all the connections I’ve made and synchronicities I’ve experienced, I’m ready to slow things down, get grounded and settle into my new home. (But I would be remiss if I didn’t mention how at home my beautiful friends make me feel. I am overflowing with gratitude for their hospitality.)

Before my mother sold her house, where I had been living in order to get my finances in order, I set an intention to let my next home find me. And believe it or not that’s exactly what happened. After a month or so of being on the road, staying in hostels, occasional hotels, and when possible with loving, supportive and generous friends, I was determined to rent an Airbnb. (The one I wanted in Mt Shasta was snatched up. The Airbnb I applied for on Maui had to cancel. But third try was a charm!)  The host and I hit it off and I was invited to become roommates!

Through Divine timing I was placed in the path of someone dear to me. It’s liberating to enter into something as a whole person for the first time in my life. I’ll allow time to define us, dropping any and all expectations of how things are supposed to be.

As I continue on my ascension process, and seek ways to be of service to others, I will nourish my heart and soul with clean, minimalist living and fun-loving people. My eternal thanks to all for helping me remember who I am.

I wish that whomever reads this gains the ability to let go of all that does not serve, and finds the courage to take the leap of faith necessary to bring in all that you desire.

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