Your Compass, Your Life
A compass is very much life, and is a symbol of life. A compass is use to direct us when we get lost.
A compass comes into fruition the moment we come into mutual existence – therefore in other words, the moment that we are born. It is a circular device that is a symbol of life because life is eternal, life is everlasting and there no end, life always goes on.
Why is a compass necessary in life? A compass is a navigational tool used to help us to navigate where we wish to go in our life. It can point is in the direction and the choices that leads us down a pathway of freewill.
A compass can help you go north, south, east and west, but it is so much more than that. Perhaps it can help you navigate away from cold, hot, stormy or frosty weather – and this represents perhaps a path that may not be the best pathway or choice for you. Perhaps it may mean getting involved with the wrong type of people, getting involved with drugs or alcohol, or any other particular kind of choices that aren’t aligned towards your values, your morals and to your highest good.
This compass – which is indeed your own, also helps to navigate you through Rocky Mountains, sandy slopes, desert storms, and dusty highways. These landscapes represent the challenges and obstacles that you face. While life itself has its ups and downs; as human beings we all have life lessons to learn. Granted that we can’t avoid everything and – your compass know this – because sometimes your compass will lead you towards a path that you will need to walk down.
So why your compass, my compass or anyone’s compass does trends us down a path that we may not like, or may not want? It is because we do have things to learn in order to make us stronger, wiser and more knowledgeable people because of these experiences. The compass is wise, and knows about balance, integrity and life learning.
Sometimes a compass will lead on a road backwards too. Why do you think this may occur? To acknowledge how far you have come and how far you have grown since learning this vital and karmic lessons.
Can we have control over our compass? The answer is both yes and no. In some decisions towards our free will choices we do. However, through Divine Intervention, there is perhaps another Divine source greater than us that wishes for us to gather a better understanding of the Universe and of ourselves that controls what we wish to learn, and how we learn it.
While life is both an experience and a journey, the compass is seen as a guide. The real way in which to live life, to believe that this is your life, is to LIVE IT.
The real learning of life….starts with you. You are both your own student and teacher.