“Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
The Cheshire Cat: That depends a good deal on where you want to get to.
Alice: I don’t much care where.
The Cheshire Cat: Then it doesn’t much matter which way you go.
Alice: …So long as I get somewhere.
The Cheshire Cat: Oh, you’re sure to do that, if only you walk long enough.”
Choosing to follow the White Rabbit has become a theme in my life over the last few months. Rather than making decisions and choices with my mind or my brain, I have become much more attuned to following my heart and allowing my intuition to guide me.
Of course, this is quite a leap of faith, but in actual fact, it means that I am living my life, by following a feeling, rather than doing what I think I should be doing, and more simply, just allowing things to be.
At the moment, the feeling has taken me from Sydney to LA. There is no logical or rational reason as to why I should have come here, other than the fact that I felt to.
And I know that trying to understand why I’m here, and what it means is irrelevant. And it is rather more important to enjoy the experience and trust that everything happens for a reason. And the reason why I have come, will be revealed at some point.
So my question to you today is this, how much time do you spend making decisions and choices from a place of necessity? Or from a place of need or want? How much time to do you spend thinking a little too much about what you should do next? And how much would it take to start to connect with the feeling? The feeling that you would love to do something, go somewhere, be with someone? Have you had an urge, or a feeling that you would love to follow lately, but something has held you back? What was the thing that held you back? And what is the worst that could happen if you did listen to your heart or your gut instead of your head for a change?
Maybe you should start to follow the white rabbit . . . .
Sending you lots of love, hugs and light,
Kat x x x
Inspiration for this post
A spray painted graffiti that I saw on the pavement in Manly a month or so ago (see top of this post)