I was awakened in the middle of the night and this is what I heard regarding the ability to fulfill our life purpose:
“We don’t connect with our purpose because of unconnected paths.”
Along with this insight I saw a ball of yarn. It was large and wound tightly. The “strings” making up the ball of yarn are symbolic of the pathways which need connected.
This ball of yarn was not made up of one continuous piece of string but many smaller pieces which have been wound together to form one large ball. Each small piece of string represents a pathway of an unconnected experience or impression from our own life.
If this ball of yarn were to be unwound, the individual pieces would fall out into a pile unconnected to each other. We would not be able to make any sense of the pieces of string at all nor could we put it back together in the same way it was before.
For our life purpose to make sense and be seen clearly we must connect the smaller pieces of string, our own life experiences and impressions from our spirit, to form a whole picture.
In other words we need to look at our life as a whole and not a series of unconnected experiences. Combining life experiences together- connecting them with each other- you can see a pathway of progression.
Take some time to think about your life; what you have done and not done. Start connecting those times when you felt purposeful and complete with each other and see if a “theme” doesn’t develop. Follow this theme because it is a path of purpose. Connect this path to your future by doing something today which develops your gift.
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