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52 Weeks of InfiniteFulfillment: Week 38 – An Outcome Of Living The Question

‘Outcome: a conclusion reached through process.’

Blueprint I, Stephanie Willis

From the beginning of ’52 Weeks Of InfiniteFulfillment’ I have taken on our weekly question.  Living the inquiry in my own life has me stay in process.   It has me sustain inquiry and exploration in my own experience and circumstances.  Taking this approach precludes me from ‘figuring out’ or analyzing.  Rather, it calls me to stay present – present to the experience I am having as well as the circumstances being created.  Inside this commitment to live the question, I have seen clearly that it is time for change.

At this juncture, I am taking a step at a time, listening internally, trusting each indicated movement to lead me impeccably to the next expression of the on-going process I am in.  Your first evidence of the evolvement of me and my work will be a new look, a new website, and expanded applications for the work of QuintessentialYou Design.

I am excited about what lies ahead.  I invite you to join me in this journey, to witness mine and more importantly, to be consciously aware of your own and its unique and exquisite importance to our collective universal journey.

This week’s question to live – our living question asks us to consider our conscious awareness of the journey we are individually and collectively taking:

What outcome am I claiming?

One Response to “52 Weeks of InfiniteFulfillment: Week 38 – An Outcome Of Living The Question”

  1. Ron Piper says:

    The universe offers us opportunities every day: some of those opportunities fit with the direction of our journey more than others. Do we consciously recognise them though? I don’t think so. Our conscious mind may sift and sort them in terms of how much time and energy they will take but it is unconscious, the mainspring of our life compass, that decides and points us. It is that congruent feeling, a sense of oneness, that tells what it is that we must do. We, like frost perhaps, take the shape of the direction we must take. If only the whole planet could take that momentous step and trust to the unconscious mind. Our conscious mind wants to maintain balance – a form of homoeostasis – whereas our unconscious mind wants to achieve oneness and integration and restore us to our former relationship with the universe:
    “… But trailing clouds of glory do we come
    From God, who is our home:
    Heaven lies about us in our infancy.”

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