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Discovery of self

There is no final station on life’s train journey; it’s about the slow and gentle pathway to happiness, fulfilment and a greater sense of who we are, says Eminé Rushton
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Have you ever taken a journey with no set destination? It is a rare thing. It is also rare to be given a page to write every month about the simplest of processes with no end goal in mind, in favour of something that is free, natural and universal: being. We are all here to be: to grow, feel, savour, learn and share, as consciously as we are able – and to move past judgement and self-limiting beliefs, to a place where our minds are fully open and our lives fully lived. When we remove our focus from the dream of the future and feed it fully into the present, we move our energy into the living, breathing, immediate moment, too. And, it’s this sense of really being, rather than tirelessly planning and relentlessly doing, which has had the most profound impact of all upon my own little life. Opening my mind up to the moment – and, more specifically, the positive possibilities within each moment – has felt like an act of spiritual alchemy. Rapidly, I have felt myself become far more resilient and optimistic – and if we were all to allow ourselves to simply be more often, we would also tap into our innate wisdom and intuition.

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