Appreciation for the Journey on the Road to Awakening | Maven Mindset

Looking back at your journey thus far, I’m sure you’ve learned a lot along the way. You may wish you were better prepared before you embarked on this expedition of self-discovery, but you wouldn’t trade your unique experience for anything.

Here are some things I’ve learned thus far in my own journey, as well as what I have come to appreciate about the journey of soul and self-discovery, the road of awakening, and the journey of being your most authentic self…

You’re learning what is of heartfelt importance to you. You’re better at bringing your focus back to the present. To look back and see how far you’ve come. Don’t sweat the small stuff! Let it go. In the grand scheme go things, is it really that big of a deal? Don’t stress about all that you have left to do, dream about, and accomplish. You know it will happen when it’s meant to, so there is no need to attach to outcomes.

You have an appreciation for the process of letting go. You’ve gotten better at releasing! YES! Although it is never easy, the more you do it, the better you become at surrendering. You realize that releasing is vital to the health of not only your immortal soul, but also your human body. You can recognize a good release by the way you stand taller, your shoulders relax, your neck muscles aren’t as tight. Everything about your energy is just lighter!

You understand the value of slow steady growth. Is a weed that sprouts up over night stronger than a great oak? You take time to stop and smell the flowers. To relish in the experience. To sink-in to the journey. To allow the road, your soul purpose, to become part of the way you walk and talk. You’re not in any rush – where is the fun in that? You’d rather savor every moment, every lesson along the way. That way you really learn them- maybe even the first time around! Strong foundations are important to you. You want your knowledge and experience to have a backbone. Something to stand on that speaks all for itself.

 

girl-throwing-fall-leaves-appreciate-the-journeyYou’ve learned some warning signs – who and who not to trust. You have become a better judge of character (by getting to know yourself), but not judgmental – you just know who you would like to invite into your energy and who you’d rather keep at a bit of a distance. You know to pick your battles wisely. To not feed into another’s negative behavior. To not get wrapped up in other people’s drama – remember, not my circus, not my monkeys. You understand the insanely crazy value of setting boundaries and how it is a benefit to not only you, but also to others in your life as well.

You’re getting better at that little thing called Self-Talk. You’ve been working on healing thoughts of a comparing nature. You understand that the grass really isn’t always greener on the other side, but you are too busy focusing on pulling your own weeds, sowing seeds, and spreading fertilizer to notice your neighbor’s lawn.  You’ve become better at freeing yourself from self-oppressing thoughts, self-sabotage, and lower vibrational patterns of behavior. You truly know the worth of thinking positively and the power of your own manifestation abilities!

You have a ton of excitement and hope for the future! You can over come anything and you know that now! You see all of the remnants of past challenges behind you – in a cloud of smoke, lying in the dust. You tore threw them like a hurricane (even though it may not have felt that way in the moment).  You are more sure of where you want to go, what you’re looking for, and have a better idea of how to get it. You know where to look for opportunities. Understand the value and deep worth of self-expression. You’re better able to determine when and when not to take action. You’re more daring and ready for new adventures!

What have you learned on your journey of awakening thus far? What lessons are you currently grappling with? I’d love to hear your insights!

xo Ariel

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