“To sit patiently with a yearning that has not yet been fulfilled, and to trust that, that fulfillment will come, is quite possibly one of the most powerful “magic skills” that human beings are capable of. It has been noted by almost every ancient wisdom tradition.” — Elizabeth Gilbert
I absolutely love this quote. It transcends fads and what’s popular in the moment, and connects to deeply rooted wisdom that has been inside of us all probably since the dawn of man.
How much of our powerful magic skills do we ignore? It’s really sad that the tip of the iceberg is spent on fairly mundane activities while we let the real power languish under the surface.
I once had a conversation with a man who called himself a healer. He told me that not all of us learn the lessons we need to learn in each lifetime. Not all of us become conscious or access our true essence. Sometimes we’re just here to rest. Sometimes we get a vacation life. Other times we have hard lessons to learn and are born into dire circumstances.
Now, whether or not you or I believe in the concept of reincarnation was irrelevant to this healer. He had a certainty about him that was compelling. His work was clear in this life — he knew he was alive to take care of people’s spirits and help them to find their paths. That sounds like an amazing calling.
I feel I have a calling too. I love to teach. I love to be a catalyst to help people improve their lives. And over the next few months as an addition to my work in the field of persuading the affluent, I will be starting another aspect of what I feel is my calling. I am strategizing and setting out the most powerful, life-changing, paradigm shifting, wealth creating systems that has ever been created.
I’m incredibly excited about this new addition because together we’re going to discover our ancient wisdom, excavating everything that’s under the surface, with the assistance of our other than conscious minds, through teleconferences, light and sound sessions, online tools, emotional freedom technique, interactively learning and gaining tools to access our own personal ancient knowledge.
Patience is not something I was born with but I was blessed with a very trusting nature. Yet over the years I have grown to understand the importance of patience and have finally come to realize what can happen when patience and trust combine. I’m eager, I’m excited, I’m enthusiastic, and raring to go. Stay tuned for some thrilling things to come.
Until Next Time,
Kenrick E. Cleveland