In a previous Manifestation Monday blog post, I spoke about the power of acting as if you have a partner to manifest one.
While I constantly preach about this manifestation tip and how it can fast-track your intention, I myself wasn’t really following it!
Since the start of the pandemic, I was spending a lot of time processing inner child therapy work, reflecting on my connections and decluttering my life from both physical things that have old energy and toxic people.
I can tell you that this process isn’t easy and in fact, it takes up a lot of one’s energy and time.
Living Your Best Life: What you can do Now
If you feel like you’re living somewhere that’s not a match to your soul essence and personality, it’s never too late to make a change and move.
Start by exploring your options. Travel to different places that you think could be your new home. Research the legalities of moving to these countries and just follow your intuition.
Another thing that you can do is to try and live your best life where you are now, until you can move.
Surround yourself with like-minded people, do the things that bring you joy and avoid anything that doesn’t.
While I feel like my personality and soul essence is the complete opposite of a city like Dubai, I accept that I need to live there until I can make a move.
Although I’m at a stage where I’m 1000% sure (yes 1000 not 100) that the city is not where I belong, I don’t resist my situation.
Instead, I take baby steps and follow my intuition to get to the next small decision.
After doing so much inner work, I no longer try to force anything. I simply tune into my intuition and I take inspired action in the form of small steps. Like this trip to Malta for example.
Talking about Malta, here are a few pictures of what I’ve been up to. Of course I did many more things but I choose to share only a few. I might share the rest when I get back to Dubai.
I shared in this blog post about the normal life here. There’s live music each night on the streets and at bars and restaurants.
Let me know if there’s anything in particular that you would like to know and I’ll be happy to share. And go here to read the first blog post from this series of articles from Malta.
Here are a few snap shots…