Signs are everywhere, we only need to tune in. Many people dismiss them as they can sometimes be the simplest of things; a piece of music, a smell, a picture, spoken words, the appearance of a bird, anything. But they are a message, a guiding light reassuring you of your decision or pathway forward. Even just a hello from a loved one, a reminder that they are still around and following your progress, loving you from beyond. All you have to do is trust yourself enough to make the association.
I have been shown so many signs in my travels and I am forever grateful for them and the fact that I have enough trust in the universe to believe it is guiding me through this big obstacle course we call life. Signs are life changing and are an affirmation that yes, this is the right pathway for you to walk right now. I would like to share a couple of my biggies so you can understand where I am coming from here.
When my husband and I met we had both been married before and had five children between us. A pretty involved and complicated setup you would agree, and possibly one that many would walk away from for the simple fact that there would be so much extra baggage making it a very difficult relationship to wade through. My first sign regarding this relationship was pretty unusual. I was painting a lot at that time and suddenly became fixated with a particular scene that just appeared in my head. Painted it over and over, just a small piece in watercolours. After doing around six I put them away and didn't think anything of them until about a year later when I met the gorgeous husband. The first time I walked into his house and looked out the front window, there was the scene I had painted. Everything was correct, the river, the bank of willows through the centre of the river, where the sun rises, the gently sloping hills. Upon seeing this I nearly melted through the floor. The only thing I got wrong was two big boulders I had painted in were actually very round looking trees!! Gobsmacked and shell shocked I walked away thinking to myself, okay, this could be valid, this could be the relationship I had decided I was never going to find.