Monday, January 17, 2011

How to Let Go and Let God

Letting go and letting go and letting God handle things sometimes means finding new ways to help yourself to the peace you truly desire, and have inherited, the greater health and wholeness you want and deserve.

It’s important that you open your heart to receive the guidance that comes to you, as simple as nudges or quiet urgings or Golden Tongue Wisdom. This is when someone either says something directly to you or you may overhear, even a lyric or a song that answers a question for you or confirms or guides you in some way or another out of a dilemma or a decision you need to make.

Remember always to be open to new ways of discovering the blessings that have been stored for you. Give yourself permission to change your direction and move forward. Practice the art of allowing and allow Divine Spirit reveal new methods of accepting your true inheritance, your blessings.

Be flexible and open to new ideas, new ways of thinking, seeing the glass half full instead of half empty. Practice being confident and you will be. Learn how to let go of preconceived ideas and practices. How often have you heard yourself say, ‘Oh, I’ve always done it this way?’ and has that been working for you over the years, I wonder…

Daily, and consciously, remind yourself when you pray, chant, meditate, or contemplate: ‘I am willing to let go and let God handle all.’ If doubt persists, consciously and deliberately respond to each negative thought or feeling about someone or some one thing, with the knowledge that you are a co-worker with God and the Universe. Consciously be aware that alone, you can do nothing, but being in alignment, in the vortex, if you will, there is nothing you can not do or become. Do not continue to try to ‘control challenges,’ instead be mindful of letting go and letting God, Divine Spirit, be in the driver’s seat. Take time to relax physically and, emotionally and mentally, practice forgiveness, starting with yourself, seek peace, strength, healing, faith, courage, thereby finding your own happiness.

"The good thing about the past is that it is over.” ~ Richard Bandler, Co-founder of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and try living in the moment and die to your old self daily and to the past. Remember to share with others, live like sisters and brothers, and know that ‘Success is a journey, not a destination…’



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