In life, we often chase symbols of what we desire, like a boat, thinking that’s the end goal. But Bentinho teaches us that these symbols are merely directional signs from our higher selves, guiding us towards our true joy.

Imagine you’re suddenly craving a boat. You might think it’s just about owning a boat, but it’s more than that. Your higher self is using this symbol – the boat – to steer you in a specific direction. It’s like a breadcrumb trail leading you to your joy, one breadcrumb at a time.

Each breadcrumb, each moment of joy, guides you to what excites you most at that moment. It’s not a straight line; it’s a journey that might seem random, like going from rock climbing to playing piano. But this seemingly chaotic path is actually the straightest line from a spiritual perspective.

Your physical mind might see a messy, zigzag route, but your spirit sees a direct path to your true self. The key is to follow these moments of joy without getting too attached to the symbols themselves. When you cling to these symbols, you miss the real joy and freedom that comes from simply experiencing life.

Now, let’s say you desire a boat. It’s not really about the boat; it’s about the frequency of your desire. Maybe this longing is meant to take you to a new location, where you’ll find new opportunities, like a life-changing job or a significant relationship. The boat is just a symbol, a way for your higher self to communicate the direction you should go.

The mistake we often make is associating desire with pain, tying our happiness to whether we attain these symbols. But desire is just guiding us moment by moment, showing us exciting perspectives and possibilities. It’s not about attaching our joy to these symbols but about following the excitement they bring.

So, when a new desire arises, act in that direction but hold no expectations about how it should manifest. This way, you remain flexible, able to change course effortlessly, like a UFO moving through space. Be free from expectation, understand that lack is just a belief, and feel confident in the process.

Remember, everything is possible – even for you. Don’t limit yourself by thinking it’s possible for everyone but you. Embrace your creative power, be fearless, and enjoy the journey, one joyful breadcrumb at a time.

“Be fearless, be edgy, be a little reckless – it’s okay. Good things happen when you stop being careful.” – Bentinho Massaro

Proverbs 3:5-6, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.”

Here are some key takeaways from Bentinho’s teachings:

  • Don’t cling to symbols. The things you desire are merely representations of your inner joy. Focus on the feeling of joy itself, not the object.
  • Be free from expectations. Having expectations limits your possibilities and creates resistance. Trust that things will unfold as they should.
  • Don’t be afraid to be reckless. Stepping outside your comfort zone is often where the magic happens.
  • Remember, you are the Creator. You have the power to achieve your dreams. Don’t let self-doubt hold you back.

Following the breadcrumb trail of your joy is a journey of self-discovery and empowerment. It’s about trusting your intuition, letting go of fear, and embracing the unknown. By staying present and attuned to your inner guidance, you’ll find yourself on a path of fulfillment and joy.

Start paying attention to the little things that bring you joy. What makes you feel excited, energized, and alive? Follow these breadcrumbs, and you’ll be amazed where they lead you.