The Gentle Nudge ⁠⠀

What if life is always gently nudging us towards the direction we are meant to go?⁠


What if our little mishaps are just redirections and our rejection is really just protection? ⁠⠀

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Life always has a master plan a layer beyond our personal will power. We play this beautiful dance between consciously creating our reality and living out divine destiny. ⁠⠀

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Living in Tulum, I’ve anchored the mantra, “it’s meant to be.” I started reminding myself that if it’s not this, there must be something better. And with that mentality, I’ve experienced the most magic I have ever seen because I became aware that it was happening. ⁠⠀

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Life happens, and we can resist it and label it as bad, or trust that it is always meant to be. Even when your scooter gets taken by someone who needs it more than you.⁠⠀

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The month of November wasn’t easy. It was quite literally testing me in every possible way, leading me home to deeper trust in divine will. ⁠⠀

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I have gone through phases of trust and layers of deepening into what that word truly means over the years. Before my “awakening” in church I heard people use the phrase “give it all to God and have faith” and for me, it felt like a victim mentality that I couldn’t truly embody. It actually brought me further away from trusting in myself and further from safety.⁠⠀

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But over the years I’ve gained so much trust in myself that I slowly began giving up some of that control and watching what would happen, until the experiment turned into a dance of empowerment. The victim turned into the sovereign being with trust in both my actions and emotions and I learned what it meant to actually surrender into destiny while creating my own reality at the exact same time. ⁠⠀

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And you know what sparked that trust? Moving to another country and consciously giving up control. That was the catalyst to it all. If you haven't checked out my podcast, go back and listen to my first episode ever to get the full story on how I went from Corporate job to nomad.


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