Truly Open to All the Possibilities

shutterstock_109103474Allowing things unfold is the most pure way to have your life take form after you have created an intention. It is letting go of control and surrendering to what life has in store for you. But in order for allowing things to unfold to work, you have to be truly open to all the possibilities.

I have been observing myself cheating with this lately. Somewhere along the way I decided that it would be better to move to San Diego. I presently reside in Oceanside about 35 miles north of San Diego. I got a bit attached to this idea and noticed that I was just considering the possibilities that were in line with me moving to San Diego. I was discounting the possibilities that may have led to a different outcome. Not that there is anything wrong with this, but it is not allowing things to unfold.

So I corrected my course. I just explored a possibility in Orange County to the north of me and another one in Durango, Colorado. I added these to the possibilities I explored in San Diego. So whenever a viable possibility presents itself to me, it is my responsibility to explore it. Then if the possibilities or doorways in San Diego open up more than those in the other locations, my life is unfolding in the direction of San Diego. But if it unfolds in another direction, then it is my responsibility (to myself) to go there. Only then did I allow my life to unfold.

Then I end up where I need to be- not where my ego decided I should go. Of course, to do this I have to let go of control. More specifically, I have to let go my my willful intent. Willful intent is forcing things to go in the direction that my ego wants them to go in.

And I know all to well where that takes me. I figure it's time to try something different.

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1. DONALDSONMarilyn wrote:
It's understandable that cash makes people autonomous. But how to act when one has no money? The only one way is to try to get the loan and consolidation loan.

Wed, July 10, 2013 @ 6:03 AM

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