Step out in Faith

“Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

The great leaders of the world were often alone in their vision for the future.  When you have a strong intuition of where you are going in life, it can be difficult when no-one else shares your dream.

There are many times in life when we find ourselves walking in the dark, faithfully moving forward, yet unsure of where we are heading or what obstacles we will bump or stumble into along the way.

The only way to navigate through the uncertainty of life is to have faith in something greater than ourselves.  That strong intuition that we call our “gut feeling” is often the one we listen to the least and yet, it is there to guide us.

“Sometimes the things we cannot change, end up changing us instead.”

I didn’t realise how wise and strong my intuition was until I started to listen to it.  It was only when I took the time to be still in meditation and yoga, that I was able to connect and be guided by this amazing source of wisdom.

I am still learning to trust in my intuition and yet, I understand there is a flow in life that is perfect for me when I connect to my higher spirit.  Even though at times I doubt my decisions or feel alone, I am finding that when I step out in faith, there is a bigger and better picture that unfolds for me.

Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies.”  – Mother Teresa

Don’t let your fears or past hurts stop you from moving forward and stepping into the unknown.  It takes courage to act on your intuition but in doing so, you will find strength and a wonderful new belief that the universe is truly limitless.

 

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