All this agony caused by selfish grabbing based only on ‘What’s in it for Me and forget about what happens to anybody else’.
I am totally over accepting it as normal and over how it endangers my two daughters’ future.
Just look at how this recession paralyzes everybody with fear and look at what it is also doing to us as a whole.
We have become fearful at work AND slaves to the money for goodness sake. Our personal greatness and indigenous power is constrained by our preoccupations with meager survival issues. Surely we can do better than that!
Marianne Williamson keeps stressing too, this is NOT us, this is not how we are meant to be living. We are powerful co-creators, capable of living magnificent lives; with a partner like God we don’t have to be restricted by fear or smallness, playing a game of just surviving.
With the mighty God in tow or with God leading the way, we should be in for the ride of our life and not on this piddly little path we are presently on.
But the problem that’s hung around for a long time now is ‘I would really like to but I can’t’.
Given this problem there was NO way I could co-create with God or anyone else for that matter because . . . I could not trust.
I could not trust things to work out, I did not trust things I couldn’t see like God and I could not trust other people.
I actually did not trust anything or anybody, God included, who or whatever he, she or it was.
My mind always went to ‘Give me one reason why I should trust this?”
Big corporate bosses turned out to be liars.
I’ll let the holy churches’ skeletons speak for themselves.
I have never seen politicians do anything, even the well meaning ones.
My mother could not prevent me from being used by that selfish mean girlfriend.
The so called trustworthy banks lose your money just like that.
Even past partners did not always have my best interest at heart.
I couldn’t even trust my own mind; it used to fall for every advertised mental gimmick you can think of.
It greedily and ignorantly latched on to those passive income schemes.
It would rather choose denial when companies promised life-balance options to their staff and it refused to see that these options only worked for people who didn’t have a life to balance.
So it is no mystery why I did not know how that alien thing called trust tasted, how it felt and how to do it. But I did trust one thing. To become like Marianne Williamson, a co-creator with God, I’d need to actually give it a go and suss it out.
I figured I’d start with discovering ‘Why’. Why trust in the first place.
Apparently, there is this ‘invisible bigger plan which I am part of but will never see’ that requires me at certain times to stop interfering, to sit back knowing that all is well and that everything will work out just fine. All I need to do is trust and let God and the universe do their thing.
I wouldn’t dare think of interfering with a top chef cooking his signature dish, would I?
And I wouldn’t dare spoil a surprise get away weekend, would I?
So trust is vital for a new way of living. Living a life
. . . that will let me override the recessions and live abundantly and prosperous regardless;
. . . that will let the mighty God be my partner;
. . . that will let the Law of Attraction go to work and create a new, peaceful world order where there will be enough for everybody.
Oh boy, was it hard to learn to trust the unknown.
It was like asking me to jump out of a multi-story burning building, unsure as to how I was going to land.
Necessary but oh so frightening.
No wonder my mind went looking for assurance. It just refused to let me jump that easily, even after finding out all the Why’s.
It kept searching for more and more explanations that could appease it, that could make sense of this trusting and attraction business.
It simply wanted a very reassuring knowing before it could even begin to consider any do-ing.
I am ever so grateful for ‘Love Without End’ by Glenda Green, ‘The Trance of Scarcity’ by Victoria Castle, ‘The Science of Getting Rich’ by Wallace D Wattles and ‘The Ringing Cedar Series’ by Vladimir Megre.
The writings in each of these wonderful books, deeply touched my heart and made it rejoice, shouting, ‘YES, YES!’
Their content fuelled my heart, made it strong and confident, but more significantly they spoke to my mind as well.
In short here’s what all these books say;
I can finally begin to bridge the gap between knowing and do-ing.
I can finally dare to ignore recessions, to live rurally while building a brand new internet business and to live ‘full out’.
It is with my present knowing born from the explanations I’ve read that I can trustingly dare to egg on my youngest daughter to stand firm, and not give up on her aspirations even if appearances would imply otherwise, with this recession, job scarcity and all.
Yes, I dare to do it.
I dare because I am finally learning to trust God, the Universe and the invisible plan. And I also have John and Ann-Marie to back me up and anybody else who dares for that matter.