Those who walk alone hear their intuition clearly even if they wished they were supported
“It’s what she had when she became a Roamer… it was her intuition that made her destiny…”
22:32 6/9/2019 T. Dench Patel
Hope you’re okay this Friday evening.
I can’t wait for the weekend, not that I get a full weekend to myself, it’s more the excitement of working but without a strict schedule. If you don’t know, I’m working on my book Light, my first children’s fiction book which will be released next month.
You know I thought about this article when I read the sentence, “Those who fly alone has the strongest wings.” You know, I think about this sentence and thought about it a lot over the years, after all when you read my books based on a true story, i.e. The South African: True Colours and The South African: Roamer you’d say, “Wow!” well maybe you won’t but keep this phrase in mind when you read them, Those who fly alone has the strongest of wings. At the same time, I want to tell more…
Over the years, when I was writing my books, I would say the story of Saesha and the life of a writer can be as such. When you write, you are solo, when you write, you follow the intuition of the story coming from the source almost like a compass. Creativity isn’t eternal to a writer; it doesn’t belong to a writer; it belongs to the source. What you ignored noting from the source, what you take for granted can become someone else’s (just like the time I thought of some words that are now in Shakira’s lyrics from a couple of years ago). What you thought you should have done someone else will end up doing it, and then you’d say, “Damn, why didn’t I follow my intuition, just like I did writing this article.”
When you’re solo, you’re like an animal following your intuition or call it survival instincts and because you are not clouded by other peoples inner voices jumping at you all at once when you seek an opinion you rely on your own compass/guidance/intuition. You can either hold yourself back or follow it. That little voice telling you to pursue something you loved for years is really the one telling you the most about you and your future, you can only find out if you follow it. You can only find out if you are brave enough to see how it ends.
Success is a journey of the lone; there’s only one path made for that one person. If you’re up for it, the Universe will lead the way, because only a few individuals follow-through, i.e. their mission is so powerful that they are ready to die for it. These are the individuals that live out of the matrix. When you get it that you came to the planet alone (some have twins or more) but you’re still alone. You just don’t come into this world and start reading a manual to understand that the support is there, but the journey is yours to own (I have a friend who believes we chose to come here and we chose our parents). If that is so, then there must still be a destiny, right?
At the same time, not all people choose to be alone; not all people have had the chance to choose or feel the freedom and love in a collective sense. Some people’s soul purpose has always had the influence of strong people (maybe people who drive you to your destiny) surrounding them. Not everyone is aligned like some are on that same wavelength for years.
Like what I found amazing is this story. I don’t believe in coincidences. I find this amazing; not many people have a story like this to tell. The journey is yours to own; angels surround you (lightworkers), whether you have to move on from that angel to what awaits your path. Some would say they felt used (it is something else if the relationship was toxic). The wise would say that what happened at that time, space and relationship has happened for the highest good, which fulfilled its purpose. Things have changed; it’s time to let the energy with the emotions go. The path is changing or has changed; it is time to move on with compassion and without judgement. Like the friendship between Selena Gomez and Francia Raisa, a best friend donates one of her kidneys to save her friend from Lupus is still one from so many amazing stories out there.
Needless to say, that as much as you fly solo, you do need other people. It’s very hard to get through life trying to open your own doors. Working collectively is what moves mountains and opens several doors at a time. This is hard to achieve; it is something that is built over time but do not discard the time to be solo as well to strengthen your compass/guidance/intuition. I believe a balance of both is required to become stronger and even more successful than just having your own wings. Making a difference through several people and making a difference on your own means more hands to make things move faster and more effectively.
One way or another, we still do have to walk alone, and that is because the final decision about what we’re trying to do within our purpose is ours to take. T. Dench Patel – 6 September 2019 – 23:38
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