Breathing in, I see all my ancestors in me: my mineral ancestors, plant ancestors, mammal ancestors, and human ancestors. My ancestors are always present, alive in every cell of my body, and I play a part in their immortality. ~ Thich Nhat Hanh
Those who have made the biggest impact on the planet, in addition to feeling extremely passionate, felt resistance, too. Martin Luther King, Abraham Lincoln, Harriet Tubman, Joan of Arc, Sacajawea, and Marie Curie are but a few. Every hero and shero in history has had moments of self-doubt, even paralyzing fear, before doing the courageous act that became their legacy. They felt the fear but did what they were called to do anyway. For this reason, you need not be detoured when you bump against uncertainty. In fact, doubt helps to chisel the ego out of the way, which is key to accomplishing a mission of merit, and becoming a channel of grace a higher purpose can move through. Know that you are in great company, and when you are ready, you’ll get up and go, like the great ones who came before you, upon whose shoulders you now stand.
Celebration and/or integration
You are on track
There is strength in numbers, you are never alone
Self-love is needed
Be in harmony with Self
Like the heroes before me, I feel the doubt, and follow through anyway!
~ The Hero’s journey dream oracle by Kelly Sullivan Walden