If I had to condense the wisdom of my life into a page to leave as my legacy, here’s the most valuable information that I’ve learned in my life. I hope it inspires you to fully live your dreams.
The key to A Brilliant Life, as I see it, is to always, always, always listen to yourself first.
We all have our own unique guidance system within us that comes from the spirit side of us. It is there to keep us on track to our own unique destiny. Often the road along the way doesn’t resemble where we want to go, so we think we are on the wrong road… However, it is just the trip there, and of course it doesn’t resemble where we will end up, because we’re not there yet.
If you plan a trip to London and stop in four other countries on the way there, none of them will look like London, but you are still on track to get to London, are you not?
So, stop judging the trip, and just enjoy it, you will arrive at your true destination in due course. And only you know what that is, to be able to recognize it when you get there. Remember it is never too late to be what you might have been. Remember to listen to yourself – you know best what is right for you.
The biggest lesson I have learned in the past few months is to stay in the flow, and that sometimes it is better to lay on your back and just float. That way the river of success will take you to exactly where you need to be. Whilst you are going with the flow, it is a great idea to clear your mind, because that’s when the spirit side of you communicates with the spirit around you.
Two and a half years ago I did a Dream Board whilst on a trip to Bali. I was sitting with my good friends Mark Victor Hansen and Roger Hamilton. I took photos of me and them and also added them to my Dream Board. Just this week I realized that not just some, but all of the things I talked about with the boys and had put on my board had happened, it wasn’t until the final puzzle I had been working on for some time unfolded that I realized this.
Never ever give up on your dreams – sometimes you are too busy to see that all is unfolding in the right order and sometimes until the last piece of the puzzle is there, you miss seeing what the picture is all about.
It’s like the trip to London story above – until you get there, nothing else is going to look like it. The Universe had kept the fact that all was unfolding hidden from sight until the last bit fell into place – I had finally reached London! I had almost lost the vision of London because the trip was so long, but once I reached it, it was like just a second had passed and the trip was just a memory.
The Universe once told me that the biggest misconception people have about the past is thinking it can detract from the rest of their lives! It can’t! The past only ever makes more stuff possible. Thank you to the Universe for that one – it never ceases to put a smile on my face.
Love and hugs, Samantha