I have many clients coming through my clinic telling me they have no idea about their career/life path/destiny.
In all honesty, very few of us do have a clear direction from the outset. We are not necessarily born knowing what our life purpose is, that is something that develops as we experience life.
Often, it is an experience that produces a thought, and the recurring thought then becomes intention. I’ve found if I state my intention, actually verbalise it, then I tend to follow through with action; this then, takes me on the path that leads to my destiny.
I’ll use myself as an example.
I was a nurse and midwife, loving what I did. I happened on an article about reiki, decided I’d like to learn about it, so I did. I worked with a woman who introduced me to essential oils, so I decided to study them. I then incorporated both into my role as a midwife. This I felt, was my destiny.
After several years I became unsettled, I was looking for the missing piece in my destiny jigsaw.
I decided to indulge myself and attended a women’s retreat in Bali, hoping I’d find my missing piece. Midway through the week, kinesiology popped into my head and wouldn’t leave. Now, I’d been having kinesiology for 11 years and never thought it would be something I could do. I visited a Balian-medicine man, and he confirmed kinesiology as my missing piece. Within 3 weeks, I had registered with a school and commenced my study and training.
Now, here I am. A Kinesiologist with my own business.
A single thought, became an intention. An intention became an action, and it is now my destiny. Or is it?
Who knows, maybe there is another chapter?
So, what is your destiny?