Monday, February 2, 2015

Delivered to you

"How many times have you rushed something only to see that the act of rushing and pushing made the situation worse? And how many of those times would have worked out maybe even better than you thought if you just would have waited a moment and not given in to the apparent sense of urgency?

The world of sensations is always there to tempt you. The more you want something the more you will want to push and fight for it. But the next time you find yourself taking action from a place of panicked desire, back off for a moment and breathe. 

Practice non-attachment. Open your mind and heart to receive a solution that is beyond your ability to see and then be patent while all that you ask for (and maybe more) is being delivered to you."


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