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Monday, July 13, 2009

Let go, let God


Getting my body back - Day 87


Ever since I was a child, I frequently heard my mother say, "Let go and let God." As I got older, the phrase became very real in my personal experiences.

When we're working on reaching our goal, the temptation to become anxious in its attainment can set in. It is our part in the creative process to ask, believe and act, beginning with what we know that we can do along with any inspired thought and/or action. The manifestation part is God's part and that is where we let go and let God do his part.

It's like entering into a business partnership and you've defined which part of the creative process of the product creation you'd do and what your partner would do based on each person's expertise. Once you've established these perimeters, you don't go over to your partner and say, "Well, this is the way I want this done and this is how you should do it."

The reason why you partnered with this person in the first place is because he/she is quite capable of accomplishing his/her end of the creative process without your input or overseeing what is done. You may not get the best work relationship with your partner if you're always intervening and taking over his/her job.

Soon enough, your partner will say, "Listen up, Buddy, seeing as how you know what's best and how to do the job, why don't you do it yourself. I'll just sit over here and let you do your thang."

After you've given it your best shot and become overwhelmed with frustration, you come to the realization that your partner knew exactly what he/she was doing and did it with ease and in the least amount of time possible.

It's the same with God. Do what is your part to do, but allow the expertise of the Creator to complete his end of the job as you let go and let God do his part in manifesting your desire at precisely the right time and under the right conditions.

Fuelling words: I do my part and step out of the way that God can do his part to bring out the best outcome possible.

Workout - walking

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