Sometimes your plans are in the way of God’s plans. It’s time to surrender.
We have to become brave enough to wonder what will happen if we give up control and let God take over.
Resistance needs to go.
Realign and reconnect to the presence.
Receive the blessings.
Take your hands off the wheel through prayer.
The secret to prayer is to stop praying for what we think we need but instead what is for the highest good for all.
Start to focus on what’s thriving. We focus on the absence of what we don’t have but instead on the things and blessings on that are already thriving.
Obstacles are detours in the right direction. Rumi said, “The wound is the place where the light enters you.” Maybe the loss of a job leads you to do what you always dreamed. The divorce leads you to love yourself more. The diagnosis leads you to get closer to God.
Look for signs. Ask for them. Thank you universe and God for showing me a sign that I’m headed in the right direction. It’s your job to listen.
When you think you’ve surrendered, surrender more.
Those who are certain of the outcome can afford to wait without the anxiety.
So close your eyes, take a deep breath, and thank the universe for taking away what needed go away. Ask for what needs to
Be done and said and to whom.
Where would have me go?
What would you have me do?
What would you have me say and do?
We need a connection and spiritual foundation, especially in these challenging
Our true power lies in knowing that in the midst of uncertainty we are held.
And the universe has our back.
~from my three mile walk listening to gabby Bernstein on super soul podcast.
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Thank you Debra. Food for thought and wonderful reminders…love you.
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