We all experience times of exhilarating joy which just seem to burst out of your soul. Well this happened to me today!
I woke up in a pretty much calm manner and as the day went by, I continued to observe the changes in my inner disposition. I felt a surge of deep happiness and inner contentment which I haven’t felt for a very long time. I was amazed by this change, especially because yesterday had been quite the opposite.
In fact, the previous day had me struggling with my physical energy and strength that I had to stay home for the entire day. And yes, I listened to my intuition and did what was best for me. I spent the day reading and delving into some special writings which my whole being seemed to just soak up. By the time I was ready for bed, I felt completely numbed and yet more “together”?!
Today, however, things have changed and the bubbly joy within me suddenly overflowed. I decided to use this as an incentive to experiment on a project which I had recently been struggling with. But first, I called a very good friend and informed her about my perception. She listened and then said something remarkable. “Do you think it could be that the struggle you went through yesterday was a way of symbolically overcoming a hump,… kind of making up for something?” I went dead silent, but not because of what she said, but the way she said it.
Because although it appeared to be a question it wasn’t! It was more of a clear statement. This statement cut deep into my soul and I felt she was right. it was as if she linked intuitvely with me helping me understand better what had happened.
When I still didn’t say anything, she went on to say, that she felt that the joy I was feeling was a kind of compensation because I embraced the struggle from the other day. Meaning that I opened myself for the beginning of a new, happier and more fulfilling path with lesser struggle. Wow! was I amazed by her talk. But what amazed me even more was I knew she was absolutely right!
Strong lesson for me: when things get tough, sit back and enjoy the ride without complaining, for who knows what great blessings are on their way?