The road less traveled is not paved with good intentions. It’s walked by Intentional Spirits.
The Intentional Spirit encompasses the expansiveness of the West because we often find ourselves here when we’re in the middle of something—midlife, mid year, a project, a night, or a crisis. It feels like we’re lost in a desert without water, wondering where we went wrong. How did we get here?
Instead of looking back to where we began or forward to where we hoped to be, we know there is another way. The Intentional Spirit looks inward at the patterns we carry and— like the trees in autumn shedding leaves—we too let go, surrender, and release things limiting beliefs, persons, places, etc). All the rules we thought we needed are gone. In this time of introspection and healing, we begin to develop our own principles and values or successful living.
This is a time for leadership. We embody the spirit of a Mountain Lion. We focus our power and our conviction for the greater good. We know when to lead and when to follow.
On the Intentional Spirit path, you enter the global flow and embrace how to:
♥ Be motivated (not devastated) by external forces
♥ Become Masters in follow through
♥ Invest in life and give before you getALL THE RULES WE THOUGHT WE NEEDED ARE GONE.
This article is an excerpt from my new book: Being A Difference Maker: A Guide For Living Life Out Loud.
In her latest offering of spiritual treasures, Rev. Dr. Temple Hayes sets out to energize readers in coming alive with passion in "Being a Difference Maker: A Guide for Living Life Out Loud."