I’m running this column for the third year in a row because of the positive response it generated and it’s THAT TIME OF YEAR FOR SENIORS. Enjoy!
This month’s column is for all you juniors and seniors (and college students too) working to find your way.
Work hard. Yes, of course, work hard.
Show up to your life every day with the best you have to give.
And then, let go.
The constant anxiety, pressure and pervasive stressed-out feelings you are experiencing are not serving you.
No. They’re not.
Some of you exhibit this anxiety in your frequent, worried thoughts about the future.
Others show your anxiety about the future in your procrastination.
Either way, it can be overwhelming, this thing called “the rest of your life.”
Goals and tasks are essential.
They are the fabric of what dreams are made from.
But know this…faith and trust are the stitches and the seams.
Both are necessary to create the unique, handmade and perfect masterpiece that is you.
You are right where you’re supposed to be, learning what you need to right now, in order to evolve as a whole person.
Try this, if you’d like, at bedtime:
Visualize letting go of a balloon at the end of each day, knowing that you’ve done the best you can, and ask the universe to take the balloon in the direction you want it to go.
It’s all about intention.
What you want is what the universe wants for you, too.
Even when you can’t see it just yet.
All good things,