Spring is the perfect time for the journey of self-discovery. Following the winter season of hibernation, the cold bringing contraction and withdrawal, the spring opens us up. It’s in the new shoots of the plants, in the calling of the birdsongs. An ideal time to freshen the view of how you see yourself, I am not talking about improving yourself or setting up goals to make you a better version of who you are. There is no doubt you probably have already practiced this version of yourself to perfection. It has helped you survive this far. The journey I refer to is the living journey, connected to nature, and spirit.
For the journey of self-discovery to be a meaningful journey, the key is to know the exact starting point. A map can show so many different places, offer many opportunities, but if there is no clarity on the starting point the map is useless as far as directions go. The best map for a self-discovery journey is in knowing your patterns of behaviour, and this is done from a place of observance and developing the practice of a witness mind.
If we keep trying to change what is unknown the past keeps repeating. It’s like a cup of muddy water, if we don’t empty it how can we fill it with clean, clear water.
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