For Those Who Lack Direction

This subject is something I’ve talked about forever with my friends. As I’ve always said, I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up! In college, I chose a major I had a knack for but no real interest in and thus, never pursued as a career after I graduated. I have had no particular, singular driving passion for any career and I’ve never stayed at a job more than 11 years, with only one of them lasting that long.

However, I have pondered and dived into many things since I left school, things that piqued my interest for various reasons. While I have acquired a really large range of interests and knowledge, some of that is broader rather than deeper. Other than my personal and humanity’s spiritual evolution, which I’ve studied for going on 20 years now and can never seem to get my fill of, I study a topic and eventually move on to my next fascination. I like almost all types of music, I read books on many subjects, I am fascinated by other cultures and ways of living, I love travelling to new places, I have done lots of arts and crafts from quilting to creating Christmas ornaments. Home improvement shows have led to an exploration of that field. When I had kids, I studied childbirth, children, and the art of guiding them. I love all types of animals and learning what they are here to teach us. I dove deep into tarot and dream interpretations. I enjoy geography and understanding how the world is designed. The thought of meeting other off-planet peoples is intriguing. After my young daughter had two serious operations, I learned as much as I could about the human body and medicine. When I started getting massages, I studied how the body is connected to our emotions and illnesses. And so on.

If something piques my interest, I do research on it or try it out. This led to my eventual realization that I am here to explore many things in this lifetime and I am more open to stretching myself and expansive possibilities than many people I know. But there was always a tad bit of envy and wonderment in me at the ongoing passion or focused pursuit of a single subject that some people have going on. They seemed to always know what they wanted to do from a young age. Were they just wired that way? And did that mean something was wrong with me? (No, I don’t believe that anymore but I used to!)

The Pleiadian’s response to this question really spoke to me.

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For Those Who Lack Direction ∞The Pleiadian High Council of Seven

“We are the Pleiadian High Council of Seven, and we are pleased to offer you our words of wisdom.

Having a sense of direction in your life will often cloud your judgment. It is a sense of direction that keeps you from seeing all angles and from being able to detect new timelines as they appear and make themselves available to you. So those of you who feel that you have no direction, no purpose, no calling, you are actually more wide open to possibilities than those who are certain that they are on the right path and that they are living their life’s purpose.

Being directionless is often seen as a type of apathy. But what we see in those of you who lack a clear calling in life is a willingness to explore, a willingness to be flexible and to be in the moment. It is only when you look at your lives objectively through third-dimensional parameters that you begin to question your own value and how you are of service to the collective.

We invite you to celebrate a lack of direction and to see it as being open. We encourage you to embrace all possibilities, as they exist in the current moment, and to know that even more will present themselves to you as you meander down whatever path you feel inspired to traverse.

The idea that there is one right path for you and that you need to find it like a needle in a haystack is one that we hope you are all abandoning as you continue to shift and open yourselves to more possibilities, to more timelines, to more avenues for exploration. You are explorers by nature, and your galaxy is about to get larger and more accessible.

So isn’t it nice that there are so many of you who have yet to find your purpose in the current paradigm? You are actually readying yourselves for something more, something that you have not yet experienced on planet Earth.

And so, as you sense those timelines opening up making themselves known to you, you can feel for the one that has the greatest amount of adventure on it. And you can buckle your seatbelts for the ride of your life, no need to know what direction you are moving in.

We are the Pleiadian High Council of Seven, and we are very fond of all of you. That is all.”

danielscranton.com

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One response

  1. I love this! Thank you! I am exactly the way you described yourself. Only my jobs haven’t ever lasted 5 years. Currently searching for my next one! ha ha!

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