Hello, I hope you are having a great day 🙂

Whatever it is that may be bothering you at the moment, it will pass. Try do learn from it, be grateful for what you’ve got and for every experience that your life presents you with.

I would like to share with you my journey to awakening. It all started for me with swapping for fresh, locally grown food, available from farmers markets. It doesn’t have to be organic all the time, so long as it’s from a known source and grown using natural, organic methods. I soon started to reduce the amount of meat I was eating, up to the point that I went off meat completely.

My way of thinking started changing, I felt this incredible compassion for all living beings. At first I was so upset seeing how we treat each other, especially animals ‘raised for food’, that I wanted to convert the whole world, I tried to ‘change’ every single person I came across.
However, I quickly realised that each one of us needs to go through a personal journey in their own time. We need to respect other people’s choices and try to concentrate on ourselves rather than finding a way to ‘correct’ others. The best thing is to ensure that you do whatever you think is right by following your heart and your instincts. Don’t be afraid to be different or have your own opinion. This way you will become an inspiration to others, rather than a ‘preacher’ and show them that you are not not going to be persuaded by new trends, friends or legislations.

Just be yourself and be responsible for yourself, understand how your actions and thoughts affect others. Love yourself, you won’t be able to love others if you don’t love yourself. You are an amazing human being and I love you!!

Good luck on Your journey…


3 responses to “About

  1. Pingback: About the Author | My Journey To Awakening

  2. Hey there! I’ve had a similar awakening over the past year and a half. My husband was having some health issues, so I took a healthy cooking class to see if changing our diet might help him. This is when I discovered a plant-based diet and we gave up meat, dairy and processed food. As we got more into eating this way, I too began to feel more compassion for all living beings. I now consider myself to be an ethical vegan. I’m always excited to meet other like-minded people, so it’s nice to e-meet you! I look forward to more of your posts. Celeste 🙂

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