November 28, 2012

I’ve been meaning to write this post, as I’m not 100% sure I’ve explained what it means to do your divine mission.

You see, before I used to think that my divine mission was to teach about love.  Which it is.

But I also thought that meant to be teaching about it on a certain scale, like on TV, with my books out, and on stage in front of hundreds of thousands of people.

And although I still have this vision and know it will happen…. I don’t see “doing your divine mission” like this anymore.

You see, when I stepped on my divine mission it was more of who I was BEING rather than what I was DOING.

To me, what marked me stepping onto my divine mission was when I fully claimed, stepped into, and became the leader that I always knew I was.

I became the powerful leader I am.

You know, years ago, if I knew this was my divine mission… and that all I needed to do was be it, I wonder if it would have been easier for me to transition.

(Well, probably not, it’s all a journey….) 🙂

Maybe it would have been a false claiming of being a leader, as an attempt to hurry up and get on my path but now it happened naturally, when it was meant to be, when I was ready for it.

So – a leader.

That is me having the experience of being on my divine mission.

Leading people.

In everything I do, I tap into that energy of “I’m a powerful leader – I’m leading people – I’m sharing words of wisdom”

And that’s what makes me feel good.  That’s what makes me feel in my power.  That’s what makes me feel fully expanded.  That’s what makes me feel whole.

And I wanted to share that with you, in case you’re at a place that you’re wondering… what is my divine mission?  And what does it really mean to be doing my divine mission?

Well, there you go.  Look for the feeling.  Look to who you will be being. 🙂