Follow Your Passion

Image is courtesy of Lucie Stastkova
Image is courtesy of Lucie Stastkova

A new Mayan Long Count Calendar has begun.  It’s time to identify that which no longer serves, give thanks for what it provided, then send it on its way.

The new era we have just entered is endowing us with heightened energy.  It commands our presence and attention.  It beckons us to raise our consciousness and insists that we focus our intention.

Where does your passion lie?  What moves you to create, to give birth to something new, something beneficial, something powerful?  Following our passion elevates us to higher consciousness. It makes our spirit soar.  And from this vantage, our hearts begin to open and we easily move into gratitude.  Once in gratitude, we can move anywhere.

It’s time for all of us to stand in our power – our inner power – and make a positive difference in the world, no matter the depth and breadth of its reach.  All forms of creating are significant on any scale.  Mother Earth is a great web, and any action we take is felt by all.  Let’s gather our inner resources and move in sync with our passion.

My niece gave birth to quadruplets in November 2012.  What an exquisite gift!  This has inspired me to begin writing a series of children’s books.  My passion is writing.  What’s yours?

Until the next time, my friends…  Namaste

4 thoughts on “Follow Your Passion”

  1. I love the positive energy in your posts, Tina. Like your web, I’m beginning to see the world as sentient, a living creation of which we are a part. So yes, what each of us does with passion, and the attitude with which we approach our worldly whole, changes the health and well-being of all. ❤
    Quadruplets! Hope they are all doing well. I can see that you already have a book for them 🙂

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  2. Another insightful post. My passion has always been sketching and writing but I had no faith in my ability to draw and it dwindled however my love of reading fuelled by love of writing and I continue to try to write.

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  3. We either write or we don’t write. “Trying” merely describes the anxiety we feel or pressure we put on ourselves to do something. Your blog is proof that you’ve met your goal. Just let go and allow it to expand freely. You may be surprised by what appears on the paper (or computer screen) in front of you 🙂


Namaste, my friends ❤ Tina

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