The Unknown is Your Answer: when the unexpected shows up, response can be found where you don’t expect it to be: the unknown.
Usually you feel capable of finding what you need for yourself.
But then something pops up.
Or you become aware that something is out of sorts.
Or you admit you can no longer ignore a deep inner need to release, to move past pain.
You are ready to do whatever it takes to release and move beyond boundaries.
And though now feels like the time and you are fairly certain you will need to step, you aren’t sure exactly where, in order to move into and experience balance and deep inner connection.
The trouble is: you don’t know what to do. You don’t know how to get where you feel you need to be.
Many paths bring people to this point of not knowing.
Some feel a sense of possibility for life, but lack confidence to get there.
For some it is the disappointment of traditional religion or the vague emptiness of standard self-help.
For others, the problem is locating guidance toward the path of the deeper knowing sensed and yet somehow can’t quite get to.
Others feel alone and often desperate.
Deeply guarded problems feel like something no one else could ever understand, much less help release.
Whatever you may have tried is most likely trapped by the same limiting boundaries that you are struggling to move beyond.
There is no sense of movement.
Trust feels impossible.
Understanding is not showing up.
Oddly enough, the solution is to embrace your unknown.
Now is the time to take a chance that if you move beyond your mind and allow the truth of your heart to emerge, you will illuminate your path and open yourself to the source of your deepest knowing.
Taking a chance on the unknown helps you to be able to move beyond limitation and experience release.
You now have a new perspective which fuels your ability to connect with your soul’s own profoundly personal knowing.
Embracing the unknown with intention and integrity helps you experience the shift of healing balance and the indescribable motion of the wholeness of you connecting with the wholeness of All That Is.
And there is nothing wrong with asking for help. Especially support which reflects you for you so your vision take a new perspective.
Looking into the unknown requires a release and a stepping beyond judgment that you should know.
The unknown comes out of the possibility of your life and may not be entirely rational.
And that’s why you are stuck. Because you keep looking for help in all the same places.
The unknown is where you haven’t looked, where you didn’t realize you could look.
Beyond mind, in the precinct of the heart rests the unknown ready for you to see.
All you need do is look for the unknown.
You know what you know.
Don’t look there.
Embrace your unknown.
About this article: A lot of my writing comes from what and how I am aware of my inner landscape and my personal work. You can find more articles like this here: What are Mindful Moments?