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Are you ready for yourself?
Are you ready for the limitless love that’s in your heart already?

Are you ready for a million passions?

 

Are you ready for the journey that takes you far beyond what you know, to what you always knew?

Are you ready to come home – to yourself?

 

If you are, you’re quite possibly alone.

Not many choose this path.

 

Those in the Darkness don’t know that the path’s there.

The Doubters know it’s there, and don’t think it’ll work.

The Deniers know it’s there, think it’s marvellous, but don’t believe they need it.

The Dabblers put a foot on the first step, and step back, not going anywhere but happy to say that they’re very busy with their path and doing all the right things.

And then the Doers, few in number but huge in courage, take a step. And another. And pause. And another step. Off we go.

 

It can be a lonely path, scattered with Dabblers, and refuted by Deniers and Doubters.

It’s also an uncertain path. You know it’s a path alright, but where the heck does it go?

We say it goes home to you – but who are you? Where are you? What is this ‘you’ like, under the muck and mire of years of Not Being Fully Yourself?

 

The path doesn’t come with specific answers attached.

All you can do is trust the process.

And do the process – tread the path.

 

Who you are – who you really are – has been waiting for you all along. Waiting for you to reintegrate all these parts of yourself that got lost or left behind on your way. The parts of you that really make you you.

 

The sparkle.

The radiance.

The joy.

The love.

The depths.

The power.

The drive.

The deep-rooted ground of yourself.

 

It’s a long, hard, and often lonely path.

 

But my, how it’s worth it.

How it’s worth the effort, the disruption, and more effort.

How it’s worth the falling apart, the phoenix, the falling apart, the phoenix. Time and time again.

How it’s worth the setting out, the arriving, the realising that you need to set out again.

Arriving again in a better, richer, stronger place in yourself.

 

So I ask you: Are you ready for yourself?

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