What intentions are you inviting in during this season of your life?
There have been many times over the course of my journey where if I’m being honest with myself, didn’t really know what I wanted out of my experience in this life. I may have had a few goals or desires which would drive my daily actions, but looking at it from a big-picture perspective, my intentions for my own path of self-mastery were somewhat vague.
I knew I wanted something more out of life, but I wasn’t exactly sure what, or how to get it.
I knew there were certain patterns calling to be released from my heart, causing me hardship and pain. But the thought of overcoming the struggles I was facing was overwhelming. I didn’t know where to start.
The truth is, I was not connected to my inner self to a point where I could hear, know and trust the guidance of my heart.
Can you relate?
How many times have you felt a call from deep within to transform some area of your life, but when you begin to think about the actualization of this desire, find yourself facing confusion and fear?
When we cannot hear our inner voice, or when we’re not intentional with listening and directing it, we often feel overwhelmed and discouraged by our emotions of self-doubt. It seems easier to shut out the voice of our heart entirely than to really listen to what it’s telling us. At least, that was the case for me, at that point in my life when I didn’t trust myself.
The assimilation of my life’s journey has taught me something very important. In order to know, trust, and hear the true voice of our hearts, we must come into a consistent, deep communion and conversation with ourselves.
For me, this process began with an invitation from my own heart to truly honor and adore myself as beloved.
Those of you that know me know that my birth name isn’t Adora. It’s actually Dorothy — Dorothy Julia rather. Adora came to me a little over 20 years ago when I was in The Barbara Brennan School of Healing. The consciousness of Adora is really unique because the name itself, from Latin, Italian, and Spanish actually means honoring, adoration, and the beloved one.
That was the teaching that the consciousness of Adora as a teacher and healer brought to me as a precious gift. It brought me through a process of recapitulation, when we go back and recollect all…