A spiritual getaway to Hawaii might be exactly what I need
When everything seems to be going wrong, I often feel like running away - who doesn't? Whether you're facing mounting bills or a screaming toddler, it's easy to want to just curl up into a little ball and wish the world would go away.
That being said, it's obviously not a viable option to run from your problems, and I know that. Lately I've felt unfulfilled with my life and I've been looking for a way to reconnect with my soul. I know that if I can tap into my true self, I'll be much happier with my life and prepared to take on its challenges.
I spoke to my psychic about the matter, and during an online psychic reading, I learned valuable information that's sure to turn my life around.
In order to find my destiny and life's meaning, my psychic recommended that I take a trip. She told me that she sees me venturing to Hawaii within the next six months, swaying under palm trees for about two weeks and taking some much-needed time off from work.
While I'm away, my psychic advised me to try new relaxation techniques that I can use when I get home. She said that she pictures me testing out Pilates and meditation while I'm basking under the sun - something I've never done before!
Sometimes, all you need is a moment to clear your head, which is exactly what I'll get if I take a trip to Hawaii. Specifically, my psychic told me she sees me visiting the island of Maui and staying at a quiet resort where I can collect my thoughts, reboot and re-energize my spirit.
In the end, she says I may also make friends, some of whom may live in my area, meaning we can keep in contact when I return home. Perhaps a new friend is exactly what I need right now.
It's not simple raising three kids and working full-time, especially when you constantly feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders. That being said, I'm fully willing to accept my destiny and reconnect with my soul on a getaway if it means I can be a happier, livelier person.
Suzie is a guest blogger for Psychic Source. She's a 45-year-old mother of three children who enjoys yoga, painting and taking walks with her dog.
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