Allow, let go and breathe and then what.. you ask? Surrender. Forgive. Let Go.
Find Gratitude for every experience from a cup of coffee, to sharing time and space with someone you love and especially for those times that feel like they won’t ever end.
The past few weeks have pressed, pushed, and pulled out every ounce of resistance I did not know I had or thought I worked through or just did not want to acknowledge was even mine.
Resistance to what, I wanted to know, but what I was shown was resistance.
Resistance, to honor me, those I love, my gifts or change yet all I know is no matter what I was resisting.
So, I stopped. I listened I watched and asked for guidance. It was there, before my eyes, the lack of sleep and the desire to just run.
I know for me, the desire to run, who knows where I would even go, was a sign to let go, allow and surrender.
It does not matter what is causing it or why its really happening. The most important part is that we notice, our emotions, our body, our behavior and why we are doing what we are doing in that moment.
I had to ask to listen, to let go, to trust. Never easy, painful yes, yet always necessary.
Large decisions shifted in a direction unexpected at first, unsettling, yet exciting.
Letting go of resistance served up the change.
Once we embrace being open and surrender, that is when the gift drops in, a new view of ourselves. We make changes in our life some seemingly subtle yet profound.
Growth and expansion of our hearts even when we know we have asked for help and spoke out loud “I receive, I am ready” will catch us off guard and sometimes it is the resistance to ask for help that keeps us stuck.
The old shields of protection must fall away as they no longer work. The Love that is being called in cannot be received nor honored if we do not accept the grace of all that is occurring within our lives.
Love the resistance, the pain, the fear and then let it all go.
Regardless of what we believe we are always protected.
So now what, the path has changed, another unexpected gift.
May the road be wide and full of adventure.