The past, peace, and guidance

3 Signs You're On The Right Path

Even if you're walking all alone with dark clouds for company

Kimberly Fosu
Published in
5 min readOct 7, 2021
Without the dark clouds above, the seeds sown below would not get water to grow. (Photo: Adam_Tumidajewicz)

1. Your Past No Longer Controls You

The ego loves the past and wants to hold on so tightly it refuses to let go. It loves the old sense of self so much it brings it into every new story.

The ego loves the past story, but the universe doesn’t love that.

The universe doesn’t want the past messing with the present and corrupting the future. The universe wants you to move forward. It doesn’t want you stuck in the pain and agony of the past.

When you ask the universe to help you move on from a painful past, everything that has consciousness conspires to help you move forward.

The universe helps you move on with your life and when you’ve gotten to a place where you’re letting go of the past hurt, pain, and disappointment; when you feel you’re shedding the old sense of self and stepping into a new identity or new self, wherever it is you’re going, keep going because that’s the right path.

The past is heavy.

You’ll never soar if you’re carrying the weight of the past on your shoulders. Letting go of the past is key to your ascension. If you don’t let it go, it will weigh you down. It'll keep dragging you down and you’ll struggle to rise above it.

When you let go of the past, you feel lighter and can therefore move into higher levels of consciousness.

This is not to say the past is to be avoided at all costs. Once in a while, you’ll scroll through old photos to reminisce on good memories, but it doesn’t hurt you anymore. You’re so fascinated by what the future holds you have no reason to cry over the past.

When you’re on the right path, memories of the past no longer haunt you. If a painful past still haunts you, then there’s something you still need to learn and…



Kimberly Fosu
Writer for

Certified Life Purpose Coach. Currently writing my next book "Who Am I?: The Journey From Unworthy to Called."