Sonetchka from San Juan, Puerto Rico, asked:
Lately I’ve been giving myself a gift by taking a healing class about energy, better vibration, provoking myself to feel good, meditation, and many other subjects related to spiritual and personal growth. It has been a blast and my current job enables me to have the time to do this and enjoy the lessons. So far so good.
Last week I gave a workshop to a very segregated group of people who live in a project in Guayama, Puerto Rico, about my experiences and the experiences of others who have succeeded in life in spite of their circumstances. I saw these people’s faces light up and felt a wall come down. It was grand.
There have been very few times in my life when I felt this marvelous energy and had a feeling of being at the right place at the right time. Should I follow my gut and keep training and studying to be able to share and help others? And, should I remain in my current job while I pursue this new adventure?
Thanks for your time and passion.
First, I hope you and your family are safe after Hurricane Maria.
Second, in order to answer your question about whether or not to continue your studies so you can help others, I asked several questions on your behalf. They were:
– Is it in Sonetchka’s best interest to educate herself about energy principles? I got a YES.
– Is it in Sonetchka’s best interest to explore working with underprivileged people to help them better their lives? I also got a YES.
– Is it in Sonetchka’s best interest to remain at her present job until she earns enough money from her new venture to support herself? Once again I got a YES.
Having said all that, I suggest continuing to follow your heart. When evaluating the options, pay attention to what FEELS good, what EXCITES you, what MOTIVATES you, and what makes you HAPPY.
All of the above mentioned emotions represent inspiration. If something feels bad, that’s your spirit letting you know you’ve gone a bit off track. However, when something feels good, that’s your spirit prompting you to take action and look for the next step. If the next step also feels good, take it. If it doesn’t, reevaluate until you come to something that does.
This process of doing what feels joyful (inspiration), will lead you, step by step, to amazing life experiences and adventures.