Spring is here, in life as it is on the trail, with the beginning of a new career. It is often hard not to look back and contemplate the meaning of past endeavors, but what purpose does this serve? I have found none. In my experience, trying to figure out, or understand, the past brings up feelings of self-doubt, regret and a hesitation to trust my intuition in moving forward. Now I am trying a new approach: I spend much more time looking forward and trusting my intuition than looking backward. The past can provide some information and resources, but to move forward, I must trust my inner guidance. This is the meaning behind The Inner Trail; it is the path inward that provides us answers, not the path we have already walked.
It is also time to let go of old stories and self-talk as they are no longer relevant. This is not a judgement, good, or bad, just a realization that the things I have been told by others and been telling myself no longer apply. I am starting with a clean slate.
“I am unwritten, can’t read my mind, I’m undefined
I’m just beginning, the pen’s in my hand, ending unplanned”
– Natasha Bedingfield
I move forward with an authentic purpose in life and I hope to find others to join me. As I travel this journey in my own life, I hope to guide fellow travelers on their own healing journey. I am committed to helping my tribe find their inner path to health and fulfillment in life.
Spring has sprung and I trust that the divine will guide me forward for the benefit of all.