I can never say it enough, listen to your intuition, trust your gut, be in tune with your spirit and look for signs. They are always there, we often miss them because we are not consciously aware or not living in the moment.
I recently heard a sermon regarding moments. It was so on point that I have to share it. Everything in life is predestined from our birth to the grave. We are born with instinct, spiritual awareness but because we are feelers and thinkers, we often don’t listen to it. If we don’t live in the moment and listen to it, we can miss our blessing, our extraordinary moment that may never come again.
Predestined moments are always there. For instance. if Aretha Franklin was alive today, would she be the Queen of Soul? Probably not in today’s hip-hop culture. But because Ms. Aretha acted on her intuition and someone else acted on their intuition, two worlds collided and made a moment that was predestined for Aretha Franklin. She may have never been the Queen of Soul if she hadn’t acted on her intuition and let her spirit lead her to the most powerful moment in her life.
You’ve heard people say “well they were in the right place at the right time.” It’s true, if we are led by our spirit, the gut talk, we are in the right place at the right time. We know this by exercising our discernment.
To not miss a moment that is predestined for you, you must live in the moment and not worry about tomorrow or grieve for the past. We can’t take the risk of missing out because the circumstances for that opportunity may never come again.
I don’t know about you but I don’t want to miss my extraordinary moment, my predestined moment because I’m worrying about tomorrow or grieving over my past. We have to let go of what’s gone and yesterday is dead and gone. Tomorrow may never come so why worry when it’s not here yet. Live for today, exist, and listen to your gut talk while watching for signs. I know amazing things are coming for all of us that are waiting for our predestined moments.