The first thing for you to do is to get very quiet and see yourself surrounded by a green, loving light. Then imagine yourself in a serene forest on a beautifully clear day. The trees are very close around you but you feel safe and you notice that you feel called to walk in a certain direction. As you begin to walk you discover a path so you follow it. The trees thin out and further on you find that the forest completely opens up into a luscious, green field with mountains in the far distance.
You continue walking and find yourself in front of a small lake. Even though you see that you’re alone, you feel warm, protected and sense that this is the right path for you. You look ahead to the opposite side of the lake and notice that not only does the path continue, but there seem to be six more identically sized lakes along the way. You dive into the first crystal clear lake because it seems like the thing to do and when you come out on the other side you feel lighter and clearer and more at peace than you did before. You follow the path and dive into each lake that you encounter and continually feel lighter and clearer. After you’ve come out of the last lake you find yourself at the foot of a small mountain that somehow looked large when you began your journey. You take a moment just to breathe in the joy of having reached it so easily.
As you ascend the mountain you feel light and invigorated and notice that it’s much easier to climb than you would have imagined. You enjoy the entire journey to the top and once at the top you look around and see that the view is amazing. Then you realize that your mountain is actually part of a range of mountains and that at the peak of each one is another person who just reached the top. You suddenly feel a deep connection with each other and therefore send each other a beam of loving, supportive light. At this moment you realize what you are here to do - you are here to be way-showers to others who desire to walk the path of truth but don’t know where or how to begin. You take a deep breath and give thanks that you will always be divinely guided and provided for as you do your life’s work of assisting others, just as those before you have assisted you.