Home Sweet Hawaii

Aloha!

welcome flowersTwenty-thirteen began with a determined universe who scooped me up from cozy Humboldt and landed me in my little hometown of Grass Valley. For familial and spiritual reasons, I was called to spend some months in an area where I never thought I’d share a future. At that time, I felt my energy was needed elsewhere so I did not pursue my spiritual work. I instead got a job I had no passion for.  It didn’t take me long to realize I was beginning to lose my happiness. As glad as I was to be around loved ones, my professional life was obviously lacking joy and purpose. I soon became aware that somewhere along the line I had stopped speaking my truth. My voice had shut down as the majority of the towns I was around did not share a similar metaphysical mindset. When enlightened of this block, I cut my cords of fear and followed the path of my throat chakra.  I was then removed from dissatisfying work and whenever I got a new job it was always better than the last.  I had never been fired before, but I was beginning to get the hang of it. The universe kindly evacuated me every time I started to feel as though I did not belong in a situation.

I started a practice of abundance visualizations by picturing my sacral chakra (or as I like to call it, the chakra of luxury) strongly flowing as well as lighted money pouring down on me. I focused on feeling pure gratitude and being in love with my job (whatever that would be). I even daydreamed of an opportunity that would take me to an exotic location; someplace where I could freely write with a spectacular view of the ocean.

Two months ago, I began to feel a new job coming my way. Spirit told me not to search for it, “the opportunity will come from Bonnie, and looking for it would be a waste of your time and energy”. I listened to their advice and had faith in a wondrous outcome. Sure enough, Bonnie called me a month later with my current dream job as a live-in caregiver for a wonderful family… in Hawaii. Now I find myself blessed with long lost family, nature sprites, and windfalls of prosperity.

Wonder what my dreams will surprise me with next…

Mahalo Spirit!

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My view from Home

 

4 thoughts on “Home Sweet Hawaii

  1. Very inspiring, Jessika! So happy for you!
    Missy`s new dog , Pippin, is wonderful…….at least one positive after the creepy break in…..
    anyway….Love to you! lori Jean

    • Hi Lori, great to hear from you! Thanks for the support and yes, I am happy those two found each other as well 🙂 Hope you are well
      Aloha <3

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