Last week, I was sitting at a red light, glancing at my watch every few seconds, silently willing the light to hurry up and turn green so I could go. According to my calculations, I would still be on time to my yoga class as long as the light turned green in the next few minutes. Just as it was my lane’s turn for a green turn signal, the unthinkable happened. It skipped us. After another four agonizing minutes, it was our turn again, and . . . it skipped us again. By now, I was about to lose my mind and started shouting profanities at no one in particular. Worse still, there were two other vehicles in front of me and a long line of cars behind me. I was trapped.
Apparently, I wasn’t the only who had noticed that we had been unfairly singled out and skipped by the red light gods because the first person in line gunned it and ran the light. This was good because it meant that there was only one person in front of me. It happened to be a giant pickup truck, but I was undeterred. I was ready when it was our turn again. There was just no way we would be skipped 3 times in a row. I was so wrong. Needless to say, I eventually ran that bitch and barely made it to my class. I was so flustered though, that I forgot the key code and was a complete stress ball of anxiety. Great way to start a yoga class don’t ya think?
When things like this happen to me, I think to myself, why did that just happen? It can’t have been a completely random occurrence, right? Red lights don’t just stay red three times in a row. Of course, for all I know, it happened even more than that, but I didn’t stick around to find out. One thing is for sure, it got my attention!
Here are the facts. I was at a red light waiting for it to turn green. I was waiting on something outside of myself to give me permission to go. Doh! Being the analytical seeker that I am, this got me thinking. Is there any other aspect of my life that feels like this light? In other words, is there anything that I am allowing to keep me stuck? Well as a matter of fact, the answer is yes. And that is why I got stuck at that fucking light! It’s the only logical explanation. I don’t know why all the other people in line had to suffer so that I could learn this lesson. Sorry y’all! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Now, I am not advocating running red lights here. I am only suggesting that when a red light refuses to turn green when it’s supposed to, maybe it means something else.
This is one of the ways that I use Feng Shui in my private consultations. It is not enough to notice that there are doors that fight and missing areas and broken things scattered around our home. Where are they? What does it mean? Why did you or I move into a home with this type of design? Is there more to it? Is your home trying to wake you up and get your attention? I know the answer. Do you?
If you want to know more about your house and what it is trying to tell you, call me today and let’s analyze it together. I am certain I can tell you something that will inspire you to get unstuck or that will give you the permission you don’t need so that you can start moving toward your destiny.