I am choosing to live my life right now where I flow with Divine inspiration & guidance.  It’s exciting.

It’s expansive, exhilarating, rewarding… My experiences are definitely richer. Fully surrendered, I keep experiencing that God’s plans are better than mine. That my mind’s desires are coming from a limited view and that letting go opens me up.  Serendipity is a regular experience.

Apparently I am a gypsy.

The past several weeks have been WILD. My heart and mind have been further cracked open. I’ve seen and experienced things that I didn’t know were possible.  I am in awe with life.  Completing a spiritual healer course & Reiki has ignited a thirst for more.

“Respond to every call that excites your spirit” ~ Rumi

I’m still in love with Bali. And I am a Gypsydespite feeling incredibly fulfilled, I know deep down that it’s time to go.

It’s time to fly.

The excitement of spreading my wings is also a bit scary.  Nothing is stable, familiar or consistent – except for my faith and commitment to my spiritual path.

When a psychic told me 8 months ago that I would move to Bali & travel around the East studying spirituality I got the chills. Her vision sounded like a dream – a dream that I really wanted to live.

So sure, the seed had been planted, but this adventure I’m about to embark on feels like it suddenly crept up on me.  A couple of weeks ago, planning a short visa run snowballed into a 4 month spiritual journey across the East.

The psychic’s vision is I am a Gypsynow my reality.

NOW is the time to continue living my dream.  Pinch me.

Chiang Mai, Thailand — Kathmandu, Nepal — Pune, India.

These weren’t my plans.  Never did I imagine I’d go to Nepal.  Or India.  Let alone back to India a second time!

I’m fueled with curiosity, courage and a splash of insanity.

I must be part insane to consciously plan what will pretty much be a four-month meditation.

I am a truth seeker.

I am compelled to dive deep inside. I want to better understand the mind, life force & Spirit. And I want to try new kinds of mediation; Tai Chi, Qigong, Tibetan Buddhism and Osho’s dynamic meditations.

Part of me doesn’t want to leave Bali.  I’m comfortable here now.  And another part of me knows it’s time to go, it’s time to move on.  I’m seriously surprised that the feeling to leave has come so soon.  But I have learned it’s wise to honor the feeling of knowing when to move on.

Being sentimental or clinging to the past always results in things being stagnant or getting weird.  Leaving when I still want more feels right.  Like when you get to the end of a good book and you’re not yet finished.  It’s the perfect story arc.

I am a gypsy.

I’m becoming even more of a minimalist.  Two suitcases are reducing to one.  Interestingly enough, I probably only wear or use half of the already few things that I have!

And I’ll be back to Bali.  At least that’s my plan in this moment.

Have you been to Northern Thailand, Kathmandu or Osho’s meditation center in India?  Do you ever feel like a gypsy too? Please share your experience or suggestions in the comments below.

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Love Kirsten