“Whatever you ask for, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.” There’s no wiggle room here. It’s either true or the man who said it was a boiled egg.
Trust is the secret of life. It’s the realization that whatever happens, happens to help me. If I trust life, I don’t judge it or grieve it or describe myself as a victim.
Peace, joy, love, abundance—these are realizations, not achievements. On the inner journey, effort is impedimental.
It begins with the realization that I’m not myself, that I’m stuffed into a girdle of tics, persuasions, judgements, beliefs and behaviours, and that this mess of quarrelling propensities is driving the bus.
When we follow to its extinction the sound of the gong, we find ourselves bathed in silence. The gift of this experience is the realization that no matter what happens, all is well.