I Listen To The Voices In My Head
Most of you know that earlier this year, I came to a fork in the road of my life path and I was faced with a decision – stay the course, or take the road less traveled by. If you’ve been following along since June, then you know that I opted to take the risk of dismantling my life as I knew it, moving a thousand miles to New York and starting over from scratch.
I mentioned, when I first talked about doing this, that I felt a deep need for it. That it was a part of my life’s purpose. That was an apt feeling, given the eclipse we just experienced earlier this week was pushing all of us toward living the life that was meant for us.
It heralds a new paradigm of heart-led existence, and it doesn’t look like anything you’ve seen before. Some of us have to be first. Some of us have to show you the way. So I left behind my life as I knew it, packed my bags and moved to New York City for one reason and one reason only – purpose. I can’t really sufficiently explain to you how or why, but I knew it was where I was supposed to be and that I had to be here, of all places.
I’ve never shared the entire story of how this came to be, but it was something that was discussed during my Shift Your Spirits Podcast interview. It had to be cut, for time’s sake, but I was able to procure the audio, and I want to share it with you now.
SHIFT YOUR SPIRITS OUTTAKE: Ashley and Slade discuss moving to New York
Getting here took a lot courage, a lot of sacrifice, and a lot of faith in the universe. And to be honest, I was scared shitless – it was the hardest, most terrifying thing I’ve ever done. In some ways, I still am. But my dreams were leading me to something greater – something important. I don’t totally know what that is or what it looks like yet. I hope you’ll join me for the unfolding.
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