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  • Writer's pictureKristyl Neho

When The Universe and the Stars Align

I feel like for the first time in my life I am finally where I am meant to be. Of course, at times, I feel like I should be further in life which makes me reflect on how I could have been further if I had a pursued these area's rather sooner than later. However I am exactly where I am meant to be. So I am really grateful to be where I am today finally pursuing the things that I love. The interesting part of this new journey has been the fact that although I may have deviated from what I was meant to be doing in life it actually gave me the strength to take more ownership. Especially on how my journey plays out as opposed to waiting for others to create those opportunities for me. I finally get to do what I genuinely love on my own terms.

Over the past few weeks and especially the last few months, I've been on quite the rollercoaster ride. Picture this: moments of debilitation, fear then sheer amazement and pride, intermingled with waves of overwhelm and just a sprinkle of what am I doing. Why, you might ask? Because I've finally found myself doing the things I'm meant to be doing and it's been a phenomenal journey.

Finding that alignment isn't always a smooth sail. Mine definitely wasn't. I was anxious, overworked, undervalued, under immense pressure like being thrown in gigantic waves with a tiny buoy to keep me afloat. Getting through those moments make it all worth it.

I've taken the plunge into pursuing my passions wholeheartedly. Writing, creating, delivering, hosting, connecting – and doing those are the things that set my soul on fire. And guess what? I'm doing them. Every. Single. Day.

But it's definitely not all sunshine and rainbows. There have been moments when the enormity of it all hits me like a ton of bricks. The responsibility, the uncertainty, the fear of failure – they're all part of the package deal. Yet, despite the occasional bout of nerves, there's an undeniable sense of fulfillment that comes from walking down this path. It's like I've finally found my groove, my rhythm, my place in the grand scheme of things.

And you know what? It's okay to feel a little scared. In fact, it's more than okay – it's human. Fear keeps us on our toes, reminding us that we're venturing into uncharted territory. But it's also what pushes us to grow, to evolve, to become the best versions of ourselves.

So, here's to embracing the journey, bumps and all. Here's to finding alignment and owning it.

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