Understanding Our Destiny…

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Have you ever considered that where you are, at any given moment in life may be exactly where you are meant to be ?

We spend so much time rushing around with busy schedules and trying to keep up with everything that there is little time to stop in the moment, be still and appreciate the journey we are on…

The question is why do we do this ?

I am aware the reasons vary for each one of us but feel it comes down to one common factor we no longer have a purpose or destiny that is about us.  Our life has been turned into complete chaos with no clear direction or outcome. You have no idea where you are heading or why you were given the obstacles that you are trying to embrace.  You are struggling majorly but continue to hide this and if another person says, you are only given what you can handle you are going to bop them one, which I do understand.  It is not something you say to anyone unless you are living a life that is similar. You really need to know how much Autism can impact a family on many different levels and not just one situation to gain insight of the effect it can have on a family…

For me I believe that our destiny is planned before we enter this life, it’s the path and adventures we take to get there which is in our hands…  Everything that occurs from the moment we are conceived is all part of the journey we will take in this life…  We may feel it’s not a journey we would have chosen but the irony is that based on the information we had at any given time and the choices we make have led us to the path we are on… We are the one who has the control of the choices we make and the direction they will take us each and every day of our life…

I am not saying it is meant to be easy or it’s meant to be hard as this is the unknown and will only be determined by our understanding of the decisions we make.  We all cope with situations differently which has a lot to do with how manage all that we do in our life. It will also depend on if you are following your ego or intuition or maybe some of you would prefer to see it as the devil and angel that sits on your shoulders arguing over who is right and who is wrong… Depending on who has the best case they will win the race and this is where lessons may come into play as if we follow our ego there is bound to be a lesson or two to follow…

So how do you know you are on the right path for you ?

That all depends on the individual and how you connect with the universe. Some will always know, some will never know and there will be those that will take the courageous journey to discover who they really are and their full potential on this journey. For me this is the best place to be as it allows you to open new doors, turn obstacles into opportunities so you can change the path you have taken to achieve your desired outcomes… I have learnt so much and gained so much. I have had a lot of heartache and shed many tears over many events in my life, but I continue to strive to become the best I can be…

My childhood was heavily influenced by my grandparents who were immigrants from Europe in the 50’s, as my parents separated when I was two. Over the years my mother turned to religion to assist her through the hard times which for me has some great memories and many things I question too… As I a child I always had a love for children and was drawn to always helping them no matter what the issue may be… During my teens I helped a severely disabled girl with her therapy and  in later years I assisted a family friend with being company when she did her night feeds as her boy had stopped breathing once for no reason and she was afraid it may happen again. She had asked me as I had been involved with St Johns for several years at that stage and had my CPR qualifications if need be…

Now to fast forward to when our son was diagnosed and I soon began to look back and go wow little did I know how much incidents in my life have prepared me for what was ahead… The connections I made and the obstacles I overcome was all in preparation for what was ahead. With our sons diagnosis it also led to me going on a self-development journey, after learning the hard way that I needed to look after me. I found myself connecting with the world in a spiritual way but not how I had been brought up.  For me this was enlightening as I knew this was where I was meant to be even though I know many thought it was not something they would have seen for me… I embraced this opportunity and continued to work towards gaining more knowledge to assist me…

It gave me the opportunity to see spirituality in a way that made more sense to me.  It’s what allowed me to really begin to discover my real destiny. Now don’t get me wrong as I do still believe there is a place for religion its just that the questions I have do not take me deeper with my connections as it does on the path I am travelling.  These connections have given me the strength to open doors to ways that I can discover more about me which in turn has allowed me to connect with our son in ways I have never done previously…

Ultimately it has shown me that I am on the right path to my destiny and that with embracing change and by being teachable on this journey there is a wealth of opportunities to be gained from the obstacles we face on this amazing journey….

 

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