I’m in that in-between place again. The one I call “limbo-land.”
The space between “no longer” and “not yet” (as Life Coach, Nancy Levin calls it).
I’ve left some things behind. That I was ready to let go of.
A few old habits and routines.
A relationship that wasn’t serving me anymore.
It was time.
I feel excited about the future. And what it might look like for me.
I have lots of ideas. Percolating beneath the surface.
But no clear vision.
So I feel a bit restless too. And impatient with myself.
I like clarity. I thrive on it.
It’s what I’m good at helping others find.
But because of this, I also know that you can’t rush clarity.
That the best thing you can do until it arrives is to be patient with yourself.
To allow yourself to be there – in this space of not knowing – for as long as it takes.
For your idea to manifest.
For your vision to unfold.
For clarity to arrive.
Because it will. It always does.
In its own time.