30. The Path

“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls.” – Joseph Campbell

In high school, a great friend of mine and I used to go off-roading in his Jeep. My favorite memory of those adventures was the day we decided to go off the trail and make our own. It consisted of avoiding cactuses, driving over boulders, and maybe even cutting a fence to get back to a paved street.

One thing that I have been doing recently is asking the Universe to fill me with the greatest energy of all, Unconditional Love. I know that love can heal any pain, create the most magnificent works, and put a smile on peoples’ faces. When I trust and follow unconditional love it always leads me to the correct boulevard for blissful living. An avenue that gets me off the path that everyone else is walking.

Had I followed the life others set before me I would have never lived on a submarine, I would not have graduated from college, and most importantly I would have never been a part of this website.

Today, I plan to trust this unconditional loving truth and live life full out. I hope you will NOT follow me, but find your own unique path and trust your inner guidance system to get you to live happily ever after.

Affirmation:  This life is mine to live; today I will not waste or give away one second. I am lead to my path of Life.

Call to Action: How have you been lead or blazed your own trail to blissful living? Or where did you follow the crowd today and not let your greatness shine? Please share with the CYLFriday community how this looked for you.

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6 thoughts on “30. The Path

  1. So true, but sometimes hard to do. Even harder is for a parent to let go and let a child do it “their way”. It has taken me a bit longer than some to find my own path, but once I let God into my life, it was much clearer! Love the Sinatra clip! Having a great CYLF, hope you are, too!

  2. Im an aspiring filmmaker. As I ask those who have careers for advice and how they got to where they are, the answer is always the same, “There is no clear path”. Everyone seems to blaze their own trail and encourages me to do the same. I think it is important to have a plan, but also to roll with the punches and be prepared to deviate from that plan. Like that Jeep ride off the trail.

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