Assuming all goes as foretold over 2 years ago…and so far it has (despite timing being a bit off)…I’m going to be moving back to New Mexico for the 3rd time next month. They say the 3rd time is the charm! I moved to Colorado with 100% great intentions, but it’s been a struggle from the evening I arrived in late April when my navigation messed up and sent me down a dead end street with my U-Haul towing my car where I was trapped. I’m not exaggerating. Even when I went to register my car in late May and get a Colorado driver’s license, I was seemingly being blocked. I had to go to 4-5 different places that day to succeed! It was frustratingly insane! I have struggled to get a QUALITY job here with horrible competition from 10,000 people per month moving here…which is driving down salaries and increasing the cost of living dramatically. I got so worried, I started looking for jobs out of state…and…lo and behold, a wonderful opportunity back in New Mexico (not Albuquerque this time, but where I belong in northern New Mexico) fell into place for me. New Mexico did that to me in late 2009 too, when I was in Portland, Oregon trying to find work after being laid off. Oregon didn’t want me and pushed me out, and Colorado is doing the same thing…as much as I love it here. But, magical New Mexico opened its arms beckoning me twice when in need. Clearly, there is some reason I need to be in New Mexico. I am thrilled that I’ll not be far from my beloved Taos this time!
I am fully convinced that, not only is there a plan for our lives, but if we veer off course…our unseen friends WILL steer us back onto the correct path. I never would have quit my stable, quality job in Albuquerque to move a bit north to do almost the same thing. It took me moving to the Denver area, where things didn’t work out, to get me to apply for jobs in northern New Mexico. I am being brought to where I need to be by going off in the wrong direction. I will say that my journey through life has been extremely zigzag-y! My spirit guides must be exhausted. I have heard from others that they have had similar all over the place paths.
A fellow medium told me on Tuesday that I was brought to Denver to gain more confidence regarding my channeling and mediumship. I must say that I have met LOVELY people here in the metaphysical community…very supportive people who have believed in my ability more than I have believed in it. It will be hard to leave that support system. I do plan on visiting when I can to stay in touch. She also said that when I go back to New Mexico, if I choose to pursue my spiritual work…she stressed the IF part…and stop being a wuss (she didn’t use that word, but yes, I’ve been a wuss and wasted too much time) “name recognition would get out, and people will come to see you from all over”. She alluded that my channeling/mediumship would lead to fame of some sort, which agrees with what 2 other psychics told me a few years ago. I am not fame hungry for fame’s sake, but I do know that I’ve got to get to people…that I have to talk to the masses. I’ve known it since I was 10 years old, that I have important work to do on this planet and that someday I’d be written about. That being said, I just turned 50 and am way behind schedule. I’m not a kid anymore and need to stop goofing off wasting time by being insecure about what I do.
Once I get settled and start my normal “day job” (I am someone who can’t function creatively or spiritually without financial security) sometime in November, I promise to start focusing on my spiritual work. I do need to do channeling on a regular basis and get videos of it put up on YouTube. I have met some lovely fellow metaphysical people in Taos and maybe I can do some events there and in Santa Fe. If I could teach my cats how to use a video camera, I’d do it at home alone! LOL!
I guess the purpose of this post is to, by telling my story, let others know that we all ARE being led in some direction whether we realize it or not…and if we screw up, spirit will help us get back on the path we’re supposed to be on. Hopefully you all aren’t as difficult as I’ve been. 😉 Also, I feel very strongly that certain places can be good or bad for us. If you are constantly struggling to survive or succeed, maybe you’re in the wrong location. Just like we vibrate to a certain frequency, places do too…and if you don’t match, it can make things difficult. Okay, that wasn’t me just now. I just channeled that bit.
P.S. As I’m getting ready to upload this blog post I have the TV show “Notorious” on in the background…which I don’t normally watch. “Coincidentally” they just mentioned both Denver and New Mexico during the episode! Ha!