Sometimes there comes a turning point in our life, an awakening or an epiphany which makes us understand what our life’s about and what our work should be here on Earth. To reach this stage we might have suffered a physical or emotional trauma, possibly over many months or years which made us question our existence to the extent of asking ‘What’s the point?’ or ‘Why am I here?’
The combined truth put simply is this – there is a point to our existence and we are all here for a reason; everything is made up of energy. We are made up of energy and it expands out into the universe and our collective thoughts form a consciousness, not just creating our own reality, but creating a reality for our planet and in turn for the universe too. We are here because either our energy is required on Earth in some form or another, or because we have lessons to learn depending on our soul’s requirements, and there are many souls who have been brought here from other planets outside our own universe to incarnate on Earth, also with varied purposes and intentions.
There are several interesting theories as to why it takes a trauma of some sort to realise our true purpose and all seem to fit in with my personal experience; the illness I suffered from a few years ago was the catalyst which started the process of my awakening as I read an array of spiritual books by a host of authors, gathering as much knowledge as I could to look for answers as to why me? It was as if I was scratching around, trying to find my soul in order to identify what it needed to make me well again. Unable to get out and about I effectively removed myself from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and allowed my mind to be free of distractions while I focused entirely on finding the answer. Eventually my consciousness seemed to experience some kind of massive shift which brought with it many realisations (still on-going) as I took a massive leap of faith into a new reality. I’d undoubtedly and quite literally opened my mind up in desperation to be well and fit again, and once this had happened I started to develop the belief that I would be well again, no matter what.
I will leave you with a reassuring message from one of my well-travelled guides.
‘We are only visitors on this planet, stopping for a short time. In the big scheme of things we are only a small part of something quite colossal but we are not insignificant, far from it. Life on Earth is seen as a doorway to and from other worlds.’