Once the door opens, there is no going back
I’ve lived in the mountains of Peru, in the jungles of Bali, on the beaches of Tulum, in the volcanoes of Guatemala, in Barcelona, in Estonia, in Croatia. I am living my DREAM life. Literally. I am doing what I have always wanted to be doing. I am here. This is it. I became the coach. I became the nomad. And I found what I was subconsciously seeking. I didn’t even know I was seeking anything until I found it. And once I did, it changed everything.
It feels like once the door opens, there is no going back to the other side. Once you see the light, it keeps getting brighter, you keep walking closer, and you don’t really want to turn around. The path of spiritual evolution is the most fulfilling path possible. It is a journey of connecting with yourself, finding alignment within, uncovering the mysteries of the world that have been lost. The things that aren’t taught in school or religion. It feels like an undercover mission I get to take on with people I meet along the journey, living in those same mountains, volcanoes and jungles. It’s so undefined that it’s exciting.
I am listening to my intuition, feeling guided by spirit, living in full alignment with my life path. And you know what? 3 years ago I wasn’t. At all. I wasn’t doing any of this. I was actually feeling trapped and caged inside the matrix. I was so disconnected from true spirituality, I was leading a college ministry inside of an incredible megachurch but was completely missing the bigger picture. I was safe. I was earning 100k with a solid retirement fund and great health insurance. And I was so off track. When are you inside of the bubble, you can’t see what it looks like from the outside. I am looking into a snow globe of where I used to sit and feeling so much gratitude for the freedom I feel now. It was a snow globe of virtual snow, concrete snowmen, and toxic fluid. It was a place of escapism. It was a place of escaping the real truth of why we are here existing in this world. Some may think what I am doing now is escaping. But to me, this is what life is supposed to be like. It has nothing to do with where I live and everything to do with how I live. It’s a liberation like no other 🙏