“What you seek is seeking you” – Rumi
This quote has comforted me through many stages of my life. A lifeline reminding me that the best is yet to come, that I deserve happiness, and that I am on the right track. This phrase would course through my veins when I looked at new jobs, when I decided to move to a new town, and when I had my heart broken in a driveway in Ohio.

Lately, the words have rolled around in my head like the spinning basket of bingo balls. They come out like this:

“Embody what you seek.”

More than a nice turn of the phrase, when we embody what we seek, we take our power back. It is a reclamation of our bodies, our minds, and our spaces. It is a claim to our lives as they are and as we want them to be. And it is an act of owning our stories. It is intention setting and then intention claiming all in one moment – this moment.
Embody What You Seek — by Anne Davis