Clearly, the feeling that you may be going nowhere fast is not new.
People have been wondering if their life might be going in the wrong direction for ages. That’s why there are so many wise sayings about this very human second-guessing. From time to time in this blog I create an image to accompany an old saying or wisdom proverb. Here is the latest...
When we are young, we can be set upon a path that later does not feel large enough for the person we are meant to become. (Have you read my last post Are You Root Bound or Depressed? You may need more growing room...)
And here are some more wise guys on the same topic:
If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there. Lewis Carroll
Confused? That’s part of the journey
The road to self-belief is potholed. Nyasha Madavo
Have you been feeling that changing direction somewhere in your life might be a good idea?
There is nothing wrong with change, if it is in the right direction. Winston Churchill
How to know which way to go?
You may have to stop running, slow down and get comfortable spending some time in silence, listening to yourself. You might also consider learning to listen to your dreams and how to incubate dream questions to access wisdom from your deeper Self.
You may need help slowing down.
Have you tried the free Mindfulness app suggested in the post called A Monk, a Doctor & a Psychic? Or you could listen to the free 11-minute guided imagery audio found at the bottom of this post.
Let your heart guide you. It whispers, so listen carefully. Littlefoot’s mother The Land Before Time
If you don’t know where you are going, You’ll end up someplace else. Yogi Berra
Is it time to stop and consult your inner map again?
(Look in the category list to the right to find Old Sayings, Modern Wisdom #1, & #2. Or find them through the Visual Pinterest Index of Past Blog Posts.)