August 6, 2012

Visualizing the Future.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


I have decided to end a 28 year marriage which did not give me the support, respect or my space I expected and deserved. My question is, I am moving out on my own but have difficulty staying positive when I can't even visualizing my future being positive. I see nothing. I have become a stronger person and believe things will eventually work out for me but find it hard to not feel fear at times when I can't visualize me being happy and safe in my life. What can I do to help me feel things will work out?


You have made a momentous life decision, so you it’s not realistic to assume everything is going to proceed positively and smoothly. But even if you can’t be genuinely positive at this time, that’s okay, that doesn’t necessarily disallow you from moving forward in your life. It’s enough to remain neutral and not sink into blame and resentment. You may not be able to see a bright future yet, but you can take some comfort in the knowledge that you are leaving a past that didn’t support your needs and now you can play an active role in creating the future you want. There is a deeper intelligence at work that is directing your spiritual evolution which lies beneath your mental view. That is the cosmic intelligence that governs the entire universe. Learn to trust this deeper current of guidance, and don’t worry if your mind can’t visualize the picture yet.


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  1. Bythelake

    Unconditional love flows with out any expectation. It`s work is flow and your job is to submerge!

  2. Benimble

    Whoa! Don`t know what kind of sound advice anyone can give with the words "expected" and "deserved". Words like that indicated someone has it figured it out already :/ Perhaps take what you expect and deserve as what strengthens and straightens your path.

  3. yudiferdi1

    My sisters are cold and often cruel in their interactions b/c of a violent past w/ our father & often same fights between ourselves. I`m 37 years old & I often find myself saying to myself "just get over it!". I`ve found a way to forgive my father, but they are resistant to talking about it & it is difficult to have/start an open conversation or give an opinion about nieces or life b/c of their rigid nature. I often come away w/ much sadness & frustration that that my family is so broken & I find closer relationships w/ non-blood relatives. I`ve considered breaking ties with them. How do I make peace with this notion that my "real family" is not the one I grew up with?

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