detours

The road less traveled. The path we least expect. A new adventure…..

So many sayings for what a divergence from a linear path or assumed plan really means. Yet – we often don’t give options their full due diligence until we need to. Why do we get comfortable with status quo? Is it easier? Simpler? More logical to follow “the plan”? Do we define ourselves by the path that we’re on, rather than pick our heads up and see what else could lie around us? How could it change us? Or improve us even?

Detours.

One of life’s most exciting journeys of resilience, or a daunting uncharted territory. It all depends on how you look at it. MINDSET IS EVERYTHING.

These last few weeks have served up their own dose of “hard right turns” in my healing journey. The plan is getting rewritten. For sure, with no doubts, yet I know I’m exactly where I’m supposed to be. I don’t always understand why but I trust there is more learning, opportunities and experiences to garner from stepping off the one, seemingly obvious path to recovery, and launching fast into my new ‘right turn’.

New experiences to have, new people to meet, new credentials to gain so I can help heal, restore my health and ultimately help support others. I can do this too.

I am safe and I am exactly where I’m supposed to be. Are you?

Positive prayers, a positive mindset all cellularly and Universally reinforce that I AM NOT ALONE. That I can influence my cells, cultivate healing, that my body will follow and I’m supported physically and spiritually to allow my physical healing to happen holistically as it’s intended.

Let’s face it. Life is full of surprises. The unexpected. The curveball.

But our track records for getting through 100% of these situations is pretty good. I’d say my chances (and yours!) of navigating what’s next are pretty good too, don’t you think?

Thank you for the healing prayers. Together I know we can do this!

 

*photo courtesy of https://innercirclept.com/metaphors-for-healing-the-tale-of-the-detour/

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  1. Jennifer Crisp on May 27, 2020 at 12:14 pm

    Beautifully written Jill and so inspiring. Thank you for sharing.

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