|A small collage I created to help me get back on track and release my distractions.|
On Saturday, I noticed that I was gaining an increased anxiety. My Crone Pilgrimage quest was losing focus and becoming diluted with all of the things that one could or should be doing while in San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato, Mexico.
Did you ever notice that while trying to explore or establish a new path, that it is easy to be distracted? How could one come to Mexico in the winter without seeing the monarch butterfly migration resting place? How could one come to Mexico without following the various portals to the world of Frieda Kahlo or an immersion into Our Lady of Guadalupe?
How could one come to Mexico without following the path of the beat poets?
I am currently looking for the pulse in my body and in my soul that sends a signal that I am not on my path. When I am feeling some anxiety, I know that I have gone off my course and may even be repeating old patterns that are not part of my current intended growth. Certainly, one must go off course for explorations into new landscapes and new territories, that will enhance the intended path. In those moments, one can feel the exhilaration of stepping into something new.
Do you have a body compass that gives you a signal that you have gone off of your intended course?