And then one morning you wake up.
Consciousness overcomes dreams, breaking through that sleepy haze.
Like the barometric pressure subtly shifting, we sense a change in our forecast. The weather vane swivels, our course suddenly pulling us into a different direction.
And in that direction, we will take one step, followed by another, and another after that. And it will feel all wrong. Unfamiliar and foggy, unclear as to what lies ahead. And you hate to admit it, but you are terribly sure that the known lands behind you are not meant for you any longer. Not everyone can accept that knowledge.
Some fight it for lifetimes.
The first step is admitting you have a problem, of course. Admitting that your old life no longer serves you, has you stuck, limited, in a rut, doesn’t cultivate personal growth. You will hesitate. You will look back over your shoulder and see the world of your past while knowing deep down that ‘just head back where it’s safe’ is not really an option.
Because now you know there is something else out there looking for you.
Some kind of inner honing device triggered, a call to arms, a neodymium magnet pulling you towards *it* as *it* demands you to become You.
It’s right. Go. Go, and leave the rest behind.
Going in the right direction may not feel right. Keep in mind that going in the wrong direction does not feel right, either.
Follow your future.
The future enters into us, in order to transform itself in us, long before it happens. — Rainer Maria Rilke