Why would anyone want to put themselves in a situation that compromises what they have? Simply stated, they would not want to, unless, the decision to do so was forced upon them – which is rarely the case. However, so many people, including myself feel that unless we give something our all we will just not achieve what we set out to accomplish. As I mature I am starting to realize that not all my objectives have to be met with maximum force or, even with a marginal effort, if it is not required.
As we progress through life we begin to see patterns to things, rhythms, if you will. In my opinion there is a higher power at work, something beyond ourselves that moves things along despite our blunders and the accidental circumstances that tend to set us back on a regular basis.
When we are centered and in tune with our higher source, we find we are better prepared to deal with distractions as they arise. We are clear-headed and we can tap into our intuition and use imagery to guide us to the essential steps that we need to take in order to gradually move us forward – down a path that will finally lead us to a resolution.
Paying attention to this indefinable synergistic element that (if, and when, recognized) is definitely, ever-present and made up of spiritual energies that we can draw from anytime we like). It will move us in a direction that gets us to where we need to be without our having to take unnecessary risks in the process.
This is not a truth that is only apparent to a few of us; it is universal to all believers. It is an affirmation that is at the core of our heart consciousness, one that speaks to us and says…with the greatest of assurance confirming that “we are in natural alignment with all that is and all that will be, all the time.” It is a consciousness that defines our more courageous side because on occasion one has to be brave to allow things to be when there is stagnation and nothing seems to be happening.
Living by Divine Guidance – Videos from Caroline Myss – On the Greater Consciousness and Trusting