Rachel’s Message from September 13, 2020
September Unity Theme - Home
Map of your life- who created it? You and your creator.
What did you put on your map? (Pre-life or incarnation choices)
Who did you choose to be with you, and why? (5-10 soulmates; secondary soulmates) contracts
How much of your life was predestined? Was any of it mapped out for you?
How much did God know about you and your life before you were born?
Jeremiah 1:5 "Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations."
Traditional Christian Interpretation:
The key or legend in the map gives us clarification. How do you get clarification in your life? Perhaps….
Where are you going/Soul Purpose or Life Purpose
(Soul Purpose vs. Life Purpose)
What is your compass? How do you find home?
Who are your helpers, in skin and in spirit?
Utilizing your Holy Team to help you later
The UWM theme for the month is home, and they chose this scripture…
My search for home is already mapped; the way is written on my heart.
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.—Psalm 119:105
Feet= the human you
Light= clarity, knowledge
Path= your soul
When Dorothy traveled through the land of Oz she was on a mission to get home. She was searching for herself. Along the way she met the tinman, the lion, and the scarecrow, all of whom taught her about herself. Her faith was clear: she knew what she was to do and the path was obvious- she followed the yellow brick road. When she finally made it, she realized that the great oz was made up. And they wanted her to stay and be their leader. I often wonder what that would have been like for her if she stayed in Oz. Surely a life of riches and luxury, magic and laughter. But Dorothy wanted something deeper. She wanted to go home. When she got home, she opened her eyes and noticed that everything she needed was right where she left it. Home was not a place, really. Home was love. And as long as she was with those she loved, she was home.
As all the people stand around Dorothy’s bed, telling her how glad they are she is ok, the subtext we can imagine is…Welcome home, Dorothy. Welcome home to yourself.
Throughout all your travels, your learning, your traumas, your celebrations, you are carrying home with you. You are home.
Do you feel stuck? Turn your map upside down. Maybe you need a new perspective.
Are you calling on your helpers as much as you can? Your Creator, your Guides, and your human network?
Are you manifesting that plan by writing down plans, making vision boards, talking to your team? 11:11 Give clarity to yourself and others. Be your own project manager.
And everytime you think you are lost, you are not. You are right where you are supposed to be. And every time you learn something new or stretch yourself a little bit farther, you are getting closer to your destination. And when you love yourself, always, you are home. Welcome home to yourself.
-Director of Unity Center of Des Moines, Rachel Corpus