We were at a mall of factory outlet stores the other day. It was a sunny, early autumn-feeling kind of day. Many street vendors with small carts were there for the Labor Day weekend sales.
We came by one vendor selling singing bowls.
I was certain I was going to buy one of those bowls. There had been other times when we saw singing bowls. But the certainty was absolute that I was going home that day with one of those bowls.
In fact, one stood out immediately, a small golden one, like it was calling to me. I started playing it, and liked what I heard and what I felt.
I like being swept up in the moment.
I felt like I belonged there, and this bowl belonged with me - no question. Maybe it was the vendor who seemed Tibetan himself, like I knew him, or perhaps it was the day.
I bought some Tibetan bells too.
What still amazes me is how clear it was to do this.
A deep knowing was saying, “yes, yes, yes. This is you. This is a part of you.”
I had no idea this vendor would be there, and yet I am so happy and appreciative that he was.
It feels good to be sure. I am happy my raw intuition is able to rise up and speak. I honor my intuition well.
Perhaps something today will seem so right for you, like it was meant to be. Perhaps just be a little more conscious of your sense of certainty. It may surprise you what you find – or what finds you!