Those of you who know me know I love living in this wonderful small Colorado community in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. So perhaps you will be surprised to hear that I’ve been getting guidance that I am supposed to move.
At first I wasn’t clear whether I was supposed to simply move out of the home where I’d been living or whether I was supposed to leave Crestone. So I made plans to do the first while endeavoring to get clear on the latter. Soon the guidance got very clear. I am being strongly called to move to Mt. Shasta.
Mt. Shasta is in northern California and it’s another relatively small town. It, too, is known for its sacred mountain. It, too, is a highly spiritual place of great beauty.
I am learning to trust that when I’m guided somewhere it’s usually because I have something to learn, people to meet, and gifts to offer. I am sensing that this upcoming phase of my life will be exceedingly rich. It feels like really good stuff is on the horizon.
So, right now I’m in that interesting place of preparing for what’s ahead while beginning to say goodbye to the place and people I have come to love and simultaneously trying to stay as present in the moment as possible.
I don’t yet know the exact timeline for this move. I’ve been getting direction saying “Go now!” I’ve been telling the Universe that I have a few more commitments to honor here first but that if a place to live and some work can be lined up, I am ready and willing to go.
So, to all my Crestonian friends, I send you love. It has been a great blessing getting to know you all. I’ll be around for at least another month and a half to revel in the magic that is Crestone.
Meanwhile, if any of you all have good friends or contacts in Mt. Shasta, I’d be grateful if you could pass them along to me.
The adventure continues….