Not everything you do will be gold, a treasure, valuable to many. Especially when you start a creative skill, a job, or other task.
But how do you find gold without looking?
You have to adventure, search, and persist. You may climb one hill, pan ten rivers, and pass many mountains before you find gold. You may cross a path and find a pile worth thousands on the ground with little work.
People are always saying, “I’m not good at that.”
Well, that’s because you expect gold. You aren’t adventuring. You aren’t searching. You aren’t persisting.
We have to create many things, all the time. Some will be coal. Some will be granite. Some will be gold. Some will be far more valuable.
But if you don’t start, if you don’t take a step forward and adventure, you’ll never find gold.
Here’s the beauty. Once you know how to find your creative gold, it becomes easier. You start finding golden veins everywhere you look. The coal still appears now and again, but the more you work, the more energy you put in, the more the gold comes to you with ease, without searching mountains up and down.
So take the steps towards whatever it is you want. Don’t let, “I’m not good at that,” stop you. Focus on the long game. Start small if you have to. It may take months. It may take years. But sooner or later, you’ll find gold… maybe even a gold mine.
Spirituality, ET contact, and conscious skills are like this. You won’t be a master right away. But if you stick with it, learn, adventure, and persist, you’ll find more spiritual gold than you can ever imagine.
Find Your Spiritual Gold Mine
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Not everything you do will be gold, a treasure, valuable to many. Especially when you start a creative skill, a job, or other task. But how do you find gold without looking? You have to adventure, search, and persist. You may climb one hill, pan ten rivers, and pass many
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