Calls from hummingbird are easy to overlook at first. The mind will tell you that it isn’t real, your body will tell you, “you can’t pull it off.” Nevertheless, callings are persistent. If you don’t listen the first time, they get louder. If you never listen, they turn into a nagging “could have been.” If you’re lucky, it will zip right up in front of your eyes and flash you awake. In whatever manner you perceive its message, before your mind talks you out of it, be thankful, respond, and prepare to take the flight of the hummingbird.
We starve our inner hummingbird when we stay in our head, in our thoughts. If the tiny bird analyzed its stature, it would determine that it could never fly with such small wings nor could it store enough energy in its minute body to make a transatlantic flight. It doesn’t question, it moves towards its destiny. Hummingbird consciousness draws the big picture; it gives the inspiration that changes lives knowing that the mind and body are tools it will use to accomplish the task. If we realize the magnitude of the possibilities we embody, we need not look so cautiously before we leap. We just need to take off trusting that our soul will find the route and provide everything that is required even if we don’t know exactly what we are doing. A well-fed inner hummingbird will surely guide the way.