Ponderings

Gifts, Talents, Superpowers

Through my personal development and spiritual awakening journey over the past decade, I have noticed a recurring theme among the oodles of a-ha moments, the deep meditative insights and in doing the ‘what is my what, why, who am I’ work, I just keep coming back to this feeling that I am a connector of some sort.

I have played the role of connector, conduit, link, junction, adaptor, joiner even match-maker, for as long as I can remember. But I don’t think I’ve ever really taken ownership of these labels before (not that I really need to either), because I just do what I do naturally and I enjoy it!

(For some reason I have an image in my mind of a plumbing pipe joiner – geez, how sexy is that!)

Moving on…

In pondering Natalie Sisson’s Day 4 challenge to ‘Unlock my Superpowers’, I can see how I’ve done exactly as she has seen others do – exactly what I often see others do!  If I don’t take my natural ability, start to value it and allow it to fully develop into the superpower it is meant to be, then I won’t be that pebble being tossed into the water that I want to be.

It is about me first (facepalm)!

Is that selfish or selfless to say?

As a connector, I have the ability to help so many other people join up their dots to bring their ideas to life, get themselves out being seen & heard, talking to and networking with the right people, being promoted in the best places… living their freedom lifestyle using their unique superpowers!

My ripple effect CAN be like the butterfly effect.  

I am a connector.

I don’t know how I will get paid to be the full expression of this, but that is kind of irrelevant right now.  Right now I just have to feel into this role and perhaps be the conduit for myself for a little while until the clarity settles. 

If you have ideas for me – please do share them and I will return the favour.

We are all one.

This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 4

 

 

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  1. What I have found with the International House & Pet Sitting lifestyle it can be an isolating experience if you let it. Additionally as my awareness grows I move on from familiar groups, tribes etc leaving spaces where finding others with similar mindsets and awareness can be difficult. I can easily see how “life” would a connector to fill these spaces.

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