You may have heard your lessons are supposedly within reach whenever you want them. You may also wonder how many exist and where. The prospect of unknowns may confuse you.
Part of you echoes it is not as if a knowledgeable individual is knocking on your door right now, or is he? Could help be much closer than you think? What if your life is meaningful as it is?
1) Open the senses. Your feelings and emotions reveal all you need. Sensations are self-evident. Trust the unseen. Recall how to feel. Even subtle feelings always offer direction.
2) Shift vantage points. Whether you wear glasses, contacts or no visible frames, mindsets cloud your vision. Learn to decondition your mind. Move to positions of greater clarity. As you perceive every event a an opportunity to stretch and expand, you take charge and begin to master your true self.
3) Recognize wisdom is camoflaged. Any negative feeling or tension that echoes frustration, resistance, anger or doubt, distracts you from wisdom. You hide from what you need. Risking disappointment and anger are nothing in relation to the implications of what you overlook in the process.
4) Other people are also teachers. People you know and strangers will encounter difficulties. How do you feel and react in their presence? Do you impulsively help or seek to assist? Feel indifferent and walk by? Notice the feelings you generate as you contemplate your options. What are you ready to learn?
5) Understand choices exist. More than one lesson is available to you wherever you are. If you sense you have had a similar experience already, even deja-vus offer gifts in disguise. Each experience is a step closer to realizing your authentic self or a step away. You gain from every decision.
6) Have faith. Your priorities are efforts to honor your true passions. Whether you are honest with yourself or not, you evolve to notice feelings, expectations and messages. Decisions in your mind are not always aligned with feelings in your gut. Believe you will get there. You learn along the way.