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What do you do when you don't know what to do

This is something I have been thinking about lately. As I find myself again in between chapters. I thought I had found the shift in my business a few months ago (when I shifted from offering everything seperately to 'Under The Baobab Tree Sessions'), only to find out that it wasn't the shift that was needed. It wasn't clicking.


I felt disappointed at first. And sad. So much energy can go into shifting and transforming things. Then you have finally gone through a process of transformation, and then it seems you are not there yet. Do you know that feeling?


The disappointment turned into excitement though when I deeply felt in my bones what I need to do, what I want to do. It's so important to me to follow this joy and excitement feeling! Especially when it comes with a deep knowing and feeling of peace.


Now I am grateful, because the new has arrived. The energetic shift has happened. But it hasn't manifested yet in the physical. Which is challenging sometimes. However, it's something that can not be forced.


When I had the dream or idea to create a community space, I also couldn't force it. I knew it was there energetically, but it wasn't there in the physical yet. Now, I am building Sungyata in Ghana here, 7 years later after the first seed.


At this point I find myself in between chapters. The old way of doing things is not here anymore. The new way of doing things is coming, but it's not here yet. And in a way I don't know what to do.


So, what do you do when you don't know what to do?

Nothing.


What I am learning now is that it's not always about doing. It's also about BEING.

Now is the time to rest in the unknown and to trust in the process that is unfolding. I am waiting for my next instructions from Spirit ;-) and there is so much beauty in this process, too!


Thank you for following this journey with me.


 

This text was part of Ama's newsletter of September 5th, 2023.

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