We all have skills and talents.
Perhaps you think you have nothing special but if you consider your experiences leading to this point then they make a unique set!
Maybe also there is something that you want to do. Something that has been nudging at you to come to life.
Are you talented at music, art, accounting, organizing, motivating, singing, creating, engineering, story-telling, IT, yoga teaching, meditation teaching, sharing mindfulness, teaching stress-management, gardening or whatever combination of these and other things you bring to your life?
While you do the work that you bring to the world, you can also experience your divine nature.
They are not mutually exclusive.
It is so cool that you don’t have to run away from your life to experience the bliss of being or to experience your divinity.
To experience one-ness, connection and a state of flow.
Sometimes it takes being fully immersed in our creativity to find our bliss. We find ourselves in the flow and the work pours out of us.
We can also experience inner freedom and bliss in doing the dishes. Not if we are grumpy about doing the dishes. Probably not if we are rushing and trying to be super efficient either.
But if we simply go about our day we can do it with presence and awareness, rather than being on autopilot without such awareness.
What have you been doing when you have experienced your divine nature? I’d love to know!
Much more meaning than is teased out here can be taken from these cards, this is just a start. I’d love your feedback and look out for my blog about the next card soon.
You can purchase your own set of these ‘Yoga off the mat, contemplations to enrich your practice’ cards from the store HERE and postage is free in Australia. They make a perfect gift too.
The gorgeous original picture on the front of each card is by Gayle Stone Art.