For a long time I have been a believer that the Universe gives you signs to help you in life. I remember going to the dentist as a teenager, a place I do not like, and my favourite song came on the radio. Suddenly I felt calm and knew it was all going to be ok.
Unfortunately, throughout my life I didn’t realise that I was getting so many signs from the universe that were trying to help me. It’s not that I deliberately ignored them, I just literally didn’t know they were messages. Thinking back now so many things happened, even new people entering my life, but I did not get the message.
Luckily, now that I am aligning myself with the Universe and am thinking back, so many things are making sense. Everything happens for a reason and the more you trust the more you receive.
Why did I get MS?
A question I have asked myself many times over the last 18 months. I got it because I haven’t been listening to the universe which has been trying to show me how to be the happiest person I could be for many years now. But as I wasn’t catching the little pebbles it was throwing me, it threw a massive boulder that stopped me in my tracks. For 18 months I felt frustration, anger, disappointment and of course exhausted. I have looked after myself my whole life, I got angry with the Universe as I believed I didn’t deserve this.
But now, due to an amazing lady in my life, I see life very differently. As I was telling her about my feelings and basically thinking that this disease Sucks! And it’s not fair! She said “But what if your whole life you have been preparing for this moment!” ” What if you have the power and the knowledge to be the person that helps find a cure for MS!” Again I was stopped in my tracks but this time not by MS , it was by a thought of hope, faith, determination and inspiration for the future.
Important that I start my blog with how I intend to finish. I will be a strong, healthy, vibrant and energetic person. If you had told me six weeks ago that I would start a blog with that statement I wouldn’t have believed you for two reasons. One is I never thought I would write a blog and secondly I had surrendered to MS and believed it was my life forever but how wrong I was.
“I believe it and I am going to achieve it!”
Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton