why I said no to my dream job + surrendering to source and trusting the unknown

Once upon a time I was an art student and I studied art for 4 years. Art is what pulled me through adolescence and it was my way of dealing with the world. I graduated with a high school diploma in visual arts and the logical next step was to further art studies, I decided to study art history in college but gave up after a year and dove into my other passion, children, and I eventually ended up becoming an early childhood educator, working with kids in 3 different countries in schools and in a private setting. I’ve always has a soft spot for alternative school systems and Montessori type education. After lots of ups and downs and moving and traveling between Europe and the U.S. I ended up in Belgium again where I first started. I sent my own child to a school that was once on my list of dream schools to teach at, if I was ever gonna teach again it was gonna be there I told myself.
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I had already stopped teaching years ago, life’s synchronicities started throwing arts & crafts at me again and I somehow rolled back into creating art. Fueled by the kundalini awakening I had experienced a few years ago, I now call myself an “intuitive artist”, I create spiritually inspired art, channeled art, I draw and paint energetic messengers so to speak, and am a channel for clients for their supporting energies to come through and deliver a message. And I create fiber-art infused with energetic frequencies. So when I caught wind of the news that my daughter’s school was looking for a new teacher for next year, initially I was super excited and saw this as my opportunity to work with children again.

This was several months ago and as the months passed… I kept on surrendering to source and trusting it, I have found myself offering more art, drawing more, creating more, channeling more, assisting people in their search for alignment with source, and finding myself utterly exstatic with the results of where this path is leading me, getting incredible feedback, feeling like for the first time I am really serving in the way I was supposed to. So in the back of my head I was wondering.. if I go down the road of teaching again.. is it in alignment with where I am supposed to go? And the intuitive answer was a clear “no”.

I’m going to work with children again. But in a different setting. Teaching and becoming a teacher has offered me the perfect foundation for a project that I am soon to introduce. I am still passionate about child education. But I can not not be truthful to who I am. Soon I will be offering a webinar geared towards moms (or dads) who want to raise their children in a spiritually awakened way. How to combine spirituality and develop oneself while being a good parent? How to teach your children about being in alignment with source and true to themselves and how to set an example and work on being an aligned parent and raise your children in such a way that they will become the new-earth citizens that our Gaia needs? That is something I will be talking about more in the future so stay tuned. That in combination with my art, is for now the path that source is putting me on. So even though I had to say no to what once was my absolute dream job, working in my dream school, as a teacher. I knew intuitively that it would make way for something even better for me personally. And after all, as lightworkers we are here to serve, and we have to trust the path and fully surrender to know that we will be led exactly to where we need to be.

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