Archive for October 24th, 2010

During the Samhain workshop I taught yesterday the topic of service was explored. We spent some time sharing what that particular word means to each individually and how those definitions can be moved into the flow of our spiritual growth.  Not unexpectedly, we had as many definitions as there were participants.

The idea of service is one that has long been held as a guiding force in the direction of the path I have chosen. As all seekers do, I have gone through varying stages of development and coinciding with those birthing pains and joys has come a predictable chameleon type energy around my definition of “service” that seems to be the natural result of the change that occurs as you move forward on any spiritual path.

As your perception of the world around and within you changes, the ideology you develop around how and what a path of service looks like re-forms those thoughts and ultimately your actions in accord with the more expansive view.

Recently, I have found it increasingly difficult to clearly define what this deep yearning I have to be of  “service” looks like.  The actions I have taken to answer this call need a closer look and a renewed sense of purpose. I will dig deeply this week  to give more clarity to this desire to serve and perhaps through those efforts the opportunities that have gone unnoticed will be more clearly seen?

How will you define your path of service?

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