Getting Spiritually Honest
Who are you?
What is your soul work? Finding soul-work can feel like walking forward while wearing a blindfold. The key is to trust what your soul-voice is telling you. It plays a sacred game of hot and cold as you get nearer or farther from the work that will truly reveal you. Soul-work is not something you can identify from your ego’s sense of being impressed. An increased sense of feeling important is a distraction, a red flag. All that matters is that your work humbles you and reminds you that the evolution of the soul is never-ending. All that matters is that you feel that incomparable exalted state of knowing that you have done what you came here to do. Soul-work is only inwardly recognizable. It is the work that expands your capacity to love. It is the work that asks you to become more love in order to complete it. The funny part is that it’s all so simple. What we are meant to do is who we are. Nothing more. Our soul-work is merely an extension of our own essence. It just takes such an effort for so many of us to get that naked. To simply let what we do be who we are. This is the veil that lifts: our soul-work in the world is not ultimately about what it earns us in dollars or brand names or quantifiable things. Rather, it allows us to feel the invaluable sense of happiness and fulfillment that comes from knowing we have made our own unique contribution to the world. We receive the most when we give the love we are here to share. Soul-work is not something we have to go out and search for; it’s getting the sacred chance to reveal exactly who we are. Love.