In part, it is about the current moment’s care takings. That means, the Guidance I’ve received is that, before doing anything like travelling, or moving, or whatever, it is a time period to “take care” of items that have “needed” taking care of. I’ve mentioned some of mine before, but I know several others who are taking care of their own items.
It’s kind of a period of rest, but all the while, what’s needed to be released is unveiled, and then released. What physical items need to be addressed (and/or healed, corrected, whatever), are being addressed.
There’s no pressure being laid on this process. Like it “has” to be finished by this date, or that date, or that it “has” to be done this way or that way. It feels as if it is aligning with the flow of a current, while remaining separated from the rapids.
Funny… I’m currently watching a series on Amazon Prime, called Travels by Narrowboat. I never had heard of a narrowboat before, but according to Wikipedia, it is “a boat of a distinctive design, made to fit the narrow canals of the United Kingdom”. It’s this formerly corporate guy, who gave up that life and bought a narrowboat. The series of episodes is of him travelling through the English narrow canals, from one part of England to another. It’s actually quite relaxing to watch. In any event, he’s on the waters of England, following his own guidance, and his own passion.
Why am I watching this? What’s behind it? Well, I’ve a sense that at some point, I will be possibly doing something similar (although the boat part might be replaced with “car and planes”. Who knows.
First, the items that need to be dealt with are being dealt with.
One step at a time. One moment at a time.