Without Patience you can never understand the meaning of Divine Timing.
Patience is so tricky sometimes. It is often difficult to surrender to how Life is transpiring when it's uncomfortable. Divine Timing is a natural law. Life becomes easier when we wait and remember...for everything there is a season.
It was 10:30 when the oppressive summer heat finally gave way to cool night air that kept the mosquitoes at bay. I plopped down on a zero gravity chair in the middle of our deck, pushed back on the arms, and came face-to-face with a stunning, cloudless sky.
Patience is so tricky sometimes. It is often difficult to allow the situation to be as it is and surrender to the process that is afoot. Sometimes I need to allow myself the experience and let myself just expand into spacious Beingness, especially in Nature.
Patience is tricky sometimes. It is often difficult to allow the situation to be as it is and surrender to the process that is afoot. Sometimes when it seems so difficult for me to do any detail work or create new things, I have to let go of doing what I think I am supposed to be doing.
There is no way to encourage Divine Timing to move faster. Allowing yourself to have the patience to breathe more deeply and feel at home in yourself helps you to be more at peace with the situations in front of you and allow benevolent outcomes to unfold.
The Pace of your life is perfect.You are being called to empowered expansion in every moment and in ways that are unique to you.In one moment it may feel like support, in another moment it may feel like opposition, yet each moment is nurturing your expansion in perfect ways.
We may find ourselves experiencing apparently opposing forces at the moment. On the one hand we feel the burgeoning need to clear away the old out-dated aspects of our lives in order to begin afresh and express our inner changes on an external level.
This weekend the heavens speak of patience whilst warning that it may be in short supply. There exists a headstrong and impulsive feel with a passing Cardinal Grand Square on Saturday (from 8 a.m. GMT to just after midnight)
It's a beautiful morning and I've just plopped down in a comfy chair on the deck overlooking my backyard. I enjoy starting the day by listening to the birds as the early light slowly brightens the sky.
In the wake of the Full Super Moon which threw us back upon ourselves and highlighted the need for self-reliance above all else, we may find ourselves eager to take the reins and act but uncertain quite what it is we’re supposed to do next!