It all starts with a blank page

Two years ago a notebook was given to me by a close friend of mine. It was at the time when I had decided to take a leap into the unknown and embark on a new journey. It was at that moment an unrevealed path and I had no clue whatsoever what the pages would be filled with, but the message was clear – Every journey begins with a first step. It was a blank canvas that was to be filled with something new, I just didn’t not what it would look like.

Today, it’s overstuffed. French grammar mixed with Italian vocabularies, Spanish travel sentences, page after page, some notes are even written upside down if I was too eager to express what was on my mind. A beautiful mess of something new that slowly emerged. The very first page is a message I took notice on from Gabby Bernstein – Everything is figureoutable, meaning there is always a way even if the whole picture has not presented itself yet.

The rest of the pages are filled with notes from my healing sessions, something I had no clue about back then. Intuitive messages from my healings and meditations, assorted with messages from sessions with my new clients. What can I say, I am in love with energies, and that’s all there is to it.

The most cluttered page of them all, however, is the page where I was given the task from my spiritual coach to describe my mission in one sentence. (This is not an easy task for a creative mind that doesn’t like to kill any darlings, and I admit that I’m yet not fully satisfied but I’m getting there). Simply put, all the clutter in this notebook illustrates my passion for guiding people to thrive in life and to understand the body, mind, and soul in modern society.

Even if you don’t know what your blank pages will be filled with, don’t wait. All you need is the desire to experience something new. From there, you will figure out step by step, just like a perfect puzzle. Let the process run its natural course but always keep going, no matter what. And there is never a “best before” date to start fresh.

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