Monday, April 5, 2010

Trust me....


It's something many of us value, so how come it's also sometimes the hardest thing to do?

Trust is something we need to have each and every moment of each and every day.

My personal space of transition lately has me doing some financial juggling and re-arranging, a large part of our purchasing a new home depends on whether or not we can successfully consolidate some debt. We have put in the offer for our new home and it has been accepted, however our plans to consolidate are taking longer than expected with no real definite answer or resolution coming to life.

To say I have needed to trust in the process, and know that all is well and all will be what it is meant to be at the end of the day is an understatement.

I have the least amount of trust in financing and banks.

While at the local bookstore and waiting for my son to decide on which book to purchase tonight, I decided to do a walk through the "Religious" titles to see what was interesting. I picked up a book (please don't ask me what the title was because I cannot for the life of me remember) but the general idea was to respect and practice the "don't know mind". That no matter what is happening in your now moment that you are in a peaceful place in the mind, no analyzing, no worrying....just peace.

Apparently, when we practice the "don't know mind" we are connecting directly with our true nature.

I thought about that idea all the way home.

I thought about how different my life would be if I stopped analyzing and started trusting in all that I encounter in my life. Especially the financial stuff.

All the signs and synchronicity surrounding our home purchase cannot be a mistake, when I look back at each and every detail, only the most magnificent and talented creator in the world could have manifested it. It is true perfection really. Financing in place or not. It is still perfection!

It is when we add our own story to the situation that things get interesting (by interesting I mean stressful and frustrating). Everything comes to us without a story, without an emotion. We make the decision to place a story to it and in making that decision we are expressing mistrust in the infinite wisdom of the Universe.

To trust is to find peace in the now.

To mistrust is to find only unnecessary challenges.

Start trusting in life....what have you got to lose?

More importantly, what do you have to gain!

1 comment:

  1. A cool name AND a cool blog. I love all your chalk pastel pieces, and your inner thought processes too.


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