When someone questions your path, your reason or your purpose, it gives you an opportunity to question your path, too. And this is a good thing.
The questioning of others is always a great prompt for you to:
Remember the true motives behind your work
Decide if where you are going is indeed the right place for you
Adhere closer to your truth
Taking some time to consider these things is an essential part of aligning to your truth.
When someone questions you and your path, consider that this person may be a soul who has been placed intentionally on your path as a wayfinder.
A Wayfinder is any Soul that you encounter that prompts you to take another look at the map, so you can redirect if you need, or reassert the direction you are going and why.
A Wayfinder helps you realign to your truth - whatever that may be.
Isn't it so that each time you make a big change in your life and shift up in a major soul level kind of way, lots of Wayfinders appear right before and right after that change occurs?
Think of any change as a fork in the road. Then think of your Soul Journey as a road with many forks.
At each fork, you are presented with an opportunity to:
Take the familiar, thousands of years old path of safety and well-worn trails
Chart a new path all your own, breaking free of your previous patterns and limitations
Meet a Wayfinder
Wayfinders are people, spirit guides, angels, dreams or signs that act as trail signs, that say, are you really sure you want to go that way?
Their underlying purpose is to make sure that you evaluate your choice and know that indeed, this is the absolute truth you want to follow at this time - even if they are not consciously aware of this being their purpose.
With their help, you are given an opportunity to review your life choices while you are still here - and live a better life in the moment.
When you encounter someone who:
Attacks your prices
Criticizes your work
Insults your way of life
Pokes at your core values
They’ve probably been placed on your path intentionally to help you find your way.
Sometimes, that way is moving farther away from people like that.
Other times, it's an opportunity to rephrase their energy to ask yourself:
Is this the way that really is right for me?
Questioning your journey is essential to staying on the right path. And many times, we don't do it enough . . .unless presented with a prompt.