When you just don’t know what to do or think…

There are times in life where you just don’t or can’t know what is the right path to take nor the right things to think. You just don’t know what to do and sometimes you might find that this irks you. I seem to be in this place more often than I’d like to admit to even myself lately. 

When I find myself here, I write, meditate, and turn to books on “letting go” of attachments. I also have a “God box” where I place specific and sometimes general prayers to help me to allow the situation to move through. 

It can be a challenge at times to fully surrender. Yet, truly the situations are out of my hands. It is up to me to change my perception to one of trust that all things will work out as they should. In the end, they always do. 

It just can be a real challenge in the midst of awaiting a solution or a clear action to take to allow things (like a budding rose) to bloom and unfold. Patience is a virtue that I sometimes feel I missed. I must have been in the wrong line at the time it was being given out 🙂 

Namaste 

  • I am in the process of allowing things to unfold according to Divine Plan.
  • I am in the process of trusting that all will work out in the end.
  • I am in the process of awaiting a clear action to take. 
  • I am in the process of allowing a new perspective to this situation. 



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  1. Yes having that confidence to know to trust fully and surrender feels at times like you are out of control. Or should I say no control of your life. Things do work out in the end as they are supposed to event though the outcome may not be favorable to you at the time and a revelation later on will allow you to see that that was the best outcome. The spiritual path can be difficult. No one said it was always easy Be well.

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  2. This is really helpful. I have been struggling a lot lately with not knowing what is best for me. I am aware I may not always know how something will turn out. I love the concept of letting go of attachments. Its a good reminder because holding onto what is not meant to be can cause so much pain. I know it has in my life. ❤

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  3. Hi Tiffany, again your words have come to me at the right time, this one not in a personal situation but rather a work one and one that deals with my confidence. Thank you for these hopeful words. Peace to you my friend xo

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