I participated in a 3-day tour in Santiago de Compostela (Spain), which contained 8 km of hiking on the famous "Camino" of the pilgrims and the Sunday Mass in the Cathedral. One of my favorite moments during the trip was when we reached Cape Finisterre what means the end of the world. It was foggy and cold when we arrived at this sacred place where, according to the tradition, the pilgrims burn their clothes, leave their worn boots, and build crosses for gratitude. When our group's Spiritual Leader John Morton began his speech, the dense fog covered the view, he led us through a guided meditation that helped release the attachments. After the meditation, the thick fog had disappeared and I could see again the beautiful light. It was a very magical moment (see the photo below)!
My return flight landed in Seville from where the journey continued by train and I was able to see glimpses of the Andalusian countryside. But rolling stone does not have time to moss... I send this message from Birmingham (United Kingdom) where I attend HayHouse's "I Can Do It" event and honor Louise Hay's beautiful memory.
As we head into October and start the last quarter of the year, we can focus on finishing this year strong.
Do you still remember the goals you set for yourself in the beginning of the year? Take this time re-evaluate the goals you set in January. Are you on track to accomplish those goals? Are you prioritizing your purpose? If not, observe what is getting in the way as awareness is the key to resolve the situation. Identify what got you off track and make course corrections.
Acknowledge what you have accomplished so far and figure out how can you take action to succeed on purpose. It is possible! As beloved Louise Hay said: “Today I create a wonderful new day and a wonderful new future.”
Tell me what plans you have for the rest of the year...