How to BE with NOT KNOWING
One of the first things I learned in Journalism school is the importance to provide the Who, What, When, Where, and How in every story.
As someone who always wanted to know all of those things, especially when I am trying to make BIG decisions and choices in my life, learning how to BE with NOT KNOWING changed my life.
Once I realized it was impossible to always know what to do and how to be, I figured out a few things that made my life easier.=-
#1 Eventually, I would find an answer and until then I can “trust” that this will happen and I can be less stressed in the in-between time.
#2 Just because what I “want” isn’t happening, doesn’t mean something great isn’t on the way, and most of the time something bigger and better occurs.
#3 Life experience has shown me that some of the worst things I’ve ever experienced turned out to be the best because they got me to places I couldn’t even imagine existed.
Life is a mystery and there are factors influencing us that we can’t really ‘know,” such as karma and divine timing.
I’ve learned to stay both in action with my desires and to also simultaneously stay surrendered and detached from the outcome. It requires staying aware and present and most days it keeps me sane.
Wishing you love, laughter and magical kisses,
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