How boring it would be if we knew everything that was going to happen. Yet we are always trying to peek around the corner and see ahead.
If we knew everything that was going to happen, we wouldn’t need to experience it. There would be nothing to learn, explore, or gain. We’d stay in our heads instead of our hearts. So often, it’s the surprises of the moments and hours, the unexpected twists and turns that give meaning to our journey to make our lessons come alive.
You are connected to truth. You are connected to divine guidance. You can trust and embrace your guidance from god. That means you will get all the visions, all the guidance, all the advance knowledge and wisdom you need. Not too much to spoil the surprise. Not too much to neutralize the unknown.
Just enough guidance to let you know you are not alone.
- Melody Beattie
This past week in yoga my teacher focused on embracing the unknown. She read the above excerpt from the book Journey to the Unknown. Something about this really stuck with me. I have a bit of difficulty with this myself. I just wanted to share this with everyone with the hopes that maybe it could help someone else. This is definitely something I am going to be working on in 2015. Enjoy your weekend!