“The longest way round is the shortest way home.” — C.S. Lewis
This idea of finding our way back home to ourselves is nothing new. In many native cultures in North and South America, a young person’s rite of passage – sometimes referred to as a ‘vision quest’ – is anything but a shortcut.
A vision quest requires the seeker to go to an isolated location and engage in prayer while forgoing food and water for a period of up to several days. During this time, the seeker navigates the elements, confronts their own limitations, and asks the higher powers for a vision – one that will help them to uncover their purpose in life.
This ancient practice allows an individual to tap into their heart and see their highest potential, bringing forth new levels of clarity and strength.
Today, I want to share an inspiring segment we created with Tieraona Low Dog. In it, she opens up about her own vision quest.
By taking huge leaps of faith, she shares how the universe suddenly opened up for her…
When we dare to trust in something larger than ourselves, it’s amazing how things simply fall into place.
Host of Proven: Healing Breakthroughs Backed By Science
& Founder of The Sacred Science