I have a newfound patience for what the future holds and don’t feel the need to push and pull and maneuver it into being.
After two years of having dark, heavy, iron, scaffolding surrounding my apartment, blocking every window, creating shadows in every room… it came down.
No one notified me when that was happening, and I had been waiting for 8 months as the board had been promising it was on its way down.
But just 4 days ago, I looked out, and the men were in the process of disconnecting the metal joints and releasing the tarps. I couldn’t help but smile inside. Wow. And just like that… it was gone.
After being frustrated for awhile, because I had a lack of privacy- the men were basically in my living room every morning at 8am- working on the scaffolding at my level. It felt like I didn’t have room to breathe. I paused myself, I took a step back, and I asked the question, what can I learn from all of this?
Patience kept coming up.
Nothing lasts forever.
It will come down.
They were here trying to improve the safety of the building. It was a good thing- I had to focus on the positives of the situation. The silver linings. And now that it’s gone, I can see a huge shift in the perspective from my windows… and my perspective within.
It wasn’t until then that I realized how this dark cage surrounding my home felt like a dark cage surrounding myself.
I have room to breathe again.
I have privacy again.
I have light again.
I am opening up in ways that I haven’t felt in a really long time. Letting go of past lineage, a deep heaviness within. Allowing the sunshine and light to come through. Not only my windows, but my spirit as well.
Our physical space has a much greater effect on us than we realize. It’s so important to give yourself space to be. We’re energetic beings, it’s all about raising your energetic vibrations: owning what will make you feel good, one moment at a time.
And just like that… It created a shift in my energy- in my vibrations to want more, to be more open to possibilities, to keep saying yes, and to let the light in.
I’m trusting this shift within me. I’m not certain where it’s leading, but there’s an overwhelming sense of peace with it, and I know I’m heading for the right direction. I’m excited for the future of possibilities for the first time in a long time. I have a newfound patience for what the future holds and don’t feel the need to push and pull and maneuver it into being.
And just like that…
P.S. Infinite patience produces immediate results!