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Keep The Faith

Some mid week motivation, to continue to keep the faith!

Oh, souls — let us try not to worry so much, OK? It’s so bad for our minds and our bodies and our spirits, and it’s so bad for everyone around us, too. And when we get all bent-up and broken-up and fragmented from worry, we make it SO DIFFICULT for the universe to help show us our destinies.

 

The universe is wanting to communicate something with you. It wants to take you somewhere very specific (to your ultimate destiny, which is PEACE and wisdom and wholeness) but your worrying is a kind of crazy emotional static that prevents you from hearing the messages.

 

Have some faith. Have some faith in yourself, and have faith in fate, as well.

 

What if you remembered this: Everything you have ever endured so far in life, you have survived.

 

And sometimes, to your own surprise, you even thrived.

 

Maybe the worst thing you ever endured was a crucible through which you became YOU.

 

Maybe you could not have become YOU through any other means except by going through that trial.

 

Maybe a trial will happen again. Maybe a trial is happening right now. And maybe, once again, you will survive it. (All signs point to YES. After all, you have done it before.) Maybe you will come through these troubles re-formed, re-forged. re-born. Maybe you will insist upon that. Maybe that’s the strange invitation at the bottom of all this anxiety.

 

You have seen your own strength. You have seen your own beauty. You have seen your own golden wings. Why do you worry?

 

What if your story is unfolding just as it was always planned?

 

Be brave, have faith. You can do this.

 

~Elizabeth Gilbert

 

Posted in Health & Wellness | January 20th, 2016 | 0 Comments

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