“The void can be a place of peace, joy, anticipation, self-discovery and tremendous freedom. It can also be a nerve-wracking journey of fear, dread, overwhelm, stress and sadness. The choice is ours. Even if we initially enter the void from a place of fear or resistance, we’re able to shift into joy and acceptance by remembering everything that happens in our life is attempting to assist us and lift us up. We control our response to change.
When we enter a new and challenging time with an open mind and loving heart we create the causes of a joyful journey through the void. We can begin this journey by entering a meditative space and basking in the love and assistance that is there for us… We can enter this space any time we feel the uncertainty that naturally accompanies the un-rootedness of the void. This is why times of change and transition are essential to our spiritual growth. When we are existing along a timeline of well-established, third-dimensional comfort zones, we may not feel the need to reach out to our higher self.
Complacency along an existing timeline is a signal it’s time to renew ourselves and shift to a life track that is more spiritually alive. Our conscious mind may resist this change initially. The ego loves a sense of order and control. When the ego establishes too much order and control, this sets up a wall of resistance. It’s about this time that the universe guides us into the chaos of the void where we lose ourselves in order to find ourselves in a new and deeper way…”