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  • Donna Frasca

Do The Spider Webs In Your Life Prevent You From Walking Your Path?

When is a spiderweb not a spider web? When it's the things in life that can stop you in your tracks and prevent you from moving forward, like a block, barrier or some inconvenience in life that will make you throw your hands up in the air and give up.

What is your spiderweb or the things in life that are preventing you from moving forward? Will you walk through that web, around the web or find another way to get to your destination?

There are many choices in life and it's up to YOU to decide how to live it. Every choice you make may be the right choice for you but will you second guess your choices or be content with what you've decided?

When you choose to walk through that web, do you panic or brush it off and continue your journey?

Do you walk around the web because deep down you know that is not the right choice for you but you trust your gut and choose another way?

I choose to walk around webs. I trust those signs that say no, this is not the best path for you. I trust myself and strongly follow my intuition. That is what will guide me to a path that is best for me. Will there be obstacles? Of course but I've come to a point in life where I know when to walk straight down a path, when to swerve just a bit or when to choose another way. I know those "webs" are Spirits way of guiding me where I need to be. I trust those signs 100%.

This past weekend when I was at a Spiritual Sister Retreat in MN there were MANY obstacles that could have prevented the women, including myself, from being there. These "webs" were anything from plane rides, rental cars, children, work schedules, allergies, mosquitoes, family, judging, money and the list goes on. However, the women who were meant to be there were and brushed those webs away.

As much as I dislike spiders, I have a renewed appreciation for what they mean and it helps take that fear away. It was a wonderful, amazing, Spiritual weekend that I will never forget.

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