The following piece is an excerpt from my book, “Word, From Your Mother,” a daily guidance journal written for my children, Liv and Pierce-Gabriel.
Doesn’t it feel good knowing that you don’t have to plan anything out in life? You don’t. I think that people spend too much time micromanaging theirs lives. I, for one, am very guilty of that. How important is it to constantly track your habits, set goals and objectives, and plan? The more I stop and become still, the more aware I am that life unfolds in divine order. In other words, no matter what you say or do, or ask for, it happens when it is supposed to happen if it’s supposed to happen.
When things don’t work out “in our favor,” we often say, “it wasn’t meant to be.” Or, “if it was meant to be, it would have happened.” I always believe that the Creator holds the ultimate blueprint of life. It is not “my” life or “your” life. It is just life. Our bodies provide the vehicle necessary to navigate the blueprint.
In our humanness, we sometimes navigate it correctly, and other times, not so much. It is, as it is. We all have different experiences, which I refuse to label as good or bad. They are just experiences by which we can gather information and learn to expand our awareness.
As humans, we often read into everything way too much with our thoughts. Those thoughts end up turning into beliefs. Many of us are rigid in our ideas and beliefs. We remain unconscious in the refusal to see things from a different viewpoint. It is good to listen to those around us and not judge. If we defer to what is right and what is wrong, we remain disharmonic.
As long as humans feel the need to be right, there will always be someone viewed as wrong. It’s a cyclical thing, and when you look at it closely, it’s pretty looney. Wouldn’t it be nice to listen with openness and without making judgments? Without planning an argument or defense? Wouldn’t it be nice to put out a positive feeling or a request without having a plan or an attachment to its probable outcome? And, wouldn’t it be nice to have confidence knowing that everything is working out for you regardless of what you do to “get there?”
Indeed, this is how we should live our lives—by knowing (faith) that life (not your life as the ego doesn’t have a life) is unfolding in divine order. It is already chosen. “It’s not what you want that you attract; you attract what you believe to be true.” –N. Goddard. In other words, if you believe in Source Energy that you already have everything you need, regardless of your current situation, it is yours. Without a doubt, you are divinely guided, in divine order by the divinity within you—that which is God.
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