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Moving towards joy

Recently I’ve been feeling the need to move away from trauma and focus more on joy. And what that internal feeling symbolises is that my being is ready to shift from one vibration to another.

I am aligning myself with the vibration of joy.

Until now, even if I’ve wanted more joy in my life and tried to attain it, I wasn’t aligned with it vibrationally since I was anchored in a lot of pain.

For the last two years I’ve been actively soul-searching and self-querying. This month is full two years since I came back to writing after a long pause. Since then I’ve done major inner excavation work. I’ve perceived many truths about myself and have succeeded to understand myself fundamentally.

And although completely rewarding, it was a heavy-duty type of work.

Now I feel I can move forward on my path in a slightly different direction. I feel the need to distance myself somewhat from my previous work. So I can allow this new episode of my journey to unfold.

It’s time for a reset.

Astrologically, I can’t imagine a better time for this restart. Today is a day of full moon which means that it’s a time for reevaluation for our lives and letting go of what doesn’t serve us any longer. It is time to give thanks for what has brought us where we stand in our lives and then release it so we open space for new blessings to arrive. Also, as a Virgo, this is my astrological birth season with all its new beginnings and fresh starts. We’ve also come out of the eclipse season during August which was intense and brought up many old hurts to our attention. And finally, all planets are going direct now and officially the RE-trograde time is over.

Together with all the support from the heavenly bodies, I do feel an internal shift and readiness to proceed forward with my life, to let go of certain things of the past and focus on what I’d like to bring more of in my life. It’s a feeling that almost cannot be described but just felt – it’s like my very own cells are undergoing structural changes. And that may very well be the case.

Yet on an everyday level not much is different – it’s still a process of staying present and carrying myself through challenging situations. Life still goes on and visibly everything is the same but the point that I’m trying to make is that it feels different.

I know that my task is to hold my ground but now I feel a better grip of my whole being to actually succeed in this.

What I’ve come to understand is that the more positive experiences I have, the more will be happening. It’s called the Law of Attraction – a fairly simple and logical universal law. I’ve been listening to a lot of Abraham-Hicks talks and I suggest you do it too. I was blown away by the simplicity of it – it’s so easy for our minds to grasp it and not resist it.

The idea is that we’re vibrational beings and we create our own reality. By vibrating with a certain frequency, we attract more of it. If our thoughts are focused on suffering, we’ll attract more of it. If we focus on positive experiences, we’ll create more of them. Of course, it’s not always so easy because we’re complex layered beings but the general rule is very clear and straightforward.

That said, we do need to move through and clear away everything that may stand in our way, we need to heal and transcend the darkness we might harbour. And that’s what I had to do and what I’ve been doing full-time for the last two years. And I will continue because this is a never ending process but I will start introducing some more joy in my life.

I’d like to turn my back on drama and turn my head towards what already makes me feel good as opposed to what isn’t working in my life. The responsibility of feeling good and experiencing happiness and joy is mine only. This is what I’ve realised and this is how it begins.

Do you experience enough joy in your life? Would you like more of it and how do you go about creating it? Let me know in the comments.


Vilina Christoph is a spiritual writer and uses the power of words to help others on their journey of healing and recovery. She distills challenging life experiences into meaningful lessons and practical wisdom. She believes that finding our voices and speaking our truth empowers us to transform our lives and reach long-lasting fulfillment.


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