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What if the ‘bad’ we see is actually a miracle in the making?
Faith vs. Fear
As we’re navigating life, and because we’re on a planet based in duality, we tend to make quick judgements about things that show up in our life. We judge ourselves and where we’re at mentally, physically, experientially. We also tend to look at incoming data as good or bad, and things that are happening in our external reality through the same lens.
What if all the things happening in your life and in the collective that seem ‘bad’ are actually events to re-route us to something new and better? How would it feel to sit in neutrality about the things you’ve judged as wrong, allowing for a deeper wisdom to seep in?
I’ve noticed time and again the things that at first glance seemed awful, or even potentially devastating, have unfolded in ways that actually turned out to be miraculous. This has happened too many times to count in my life and that of my friends, family and clients. So much so, that I’ve learned to withhold judgement on everything presenting in my life as much as possible until I see where the Divine is taking me.
Invariably, the challenging event turns out to be the alchemical process of a prayer, desire or dream in the making.
My work in these moments is to suspend judgement and to hold space for the miracle to unfold. I do this by staying out of fear and completely in faith… faith that a greater good is unfolding, faith that benevolence is always at work in mine and my loved ones’ lives.
As humans, we’ve come to look at death as the worst thing that can happen. I’ve come to recognize that even this transitional process is encoded with Divine grace and higher intelligence, even when the death was a violent one. I’ve witnessed incredible events and processes unfold from loved ones’ deaths, most prominently a knowing that there’s more to us than just these human lives we embody. But, also, the energetic ripples out from the death event into the consciousness of those close to the deceased offered so much growth, so much expansion, so much beauty.
This, of course, lays alongside grieving deeply and missing our loved ones. That’s one of the many paradoxes of life here on earth. My point with this writing, however, is to say there’s much more than grieving and loss that wants to be known. Life invites us to keep exploring, keep asking questions.
Hard things can be beautiful. Endings of the ways things were can also be beautiful.
Our attachment to how things ‘have’ to be can cause great suffering. What if our most beautiful life comes from living with an openness to all possibilities in everything we encounter?
Can you bring an open heart to your sorrows and strife? Can you allow a seed of something greater to be planted in the ashes of what was?
Can you believe that all of ‘this’ is taking you somewhere good?
There’s an unfolding taking place now to rebirth LOVE in all its forms as the dominant energy present on our planet. If you begin to search for this, you’ll find evidence everywhere. You’ll begin to build your faith and release your fear. Love’s agenda can sometimes be cloaked in challenging moments but it’s always leading us to somewhere better if we work with it from a higher perspective.
I invite you into this new way of perceiving life.
It’s the wave of the future.