Flow ~ Angel Message:
You are in the flow. All is perfectly aligned. This includes your life ~ as it is now. Let go struggling against what ‘is.’ Time is too precious investing your time and energy in people, things and events that you cannot control. It is what it is. They are who they are. Everything is playing out exactly as it should be. Trust there is a divine order and timing to your life.
Flow is a universal current that runs through all life. Like clock work, the sun rises and the sun sets. The moon rises and the moon sets. The seasons change, effortlessly, from spring to summer, summer to fall, fall to winter and winter turns into spring. There is a cycle to life from birth to death. Blood flows through the body to make the heart beat; giving you life. Life is not forced. It’s on auto pilot. There’s a natural order to everything.
This doesn’t mean you give up goals or ambitions. You’re divinely inspired to live your best life. For instance, if you feel compelled to stop drinking soda ~ to bring down you blood sugar levels ~ do it. Resisting your signals is like swimming up stream ~ against life’s natural current or flow. Fighting what ‘is’ ~ is life’s struggle.
Flow is faith in action. Surrender your challenges concerning stressful people, circumstances or things. Once you let go of how it ‘should’ be, you’ll see things are working out (or worked out) perfectly. Often times, better than you expected. Even when it seems you’ve veered off path, you haven’t strayed. There is a higher force guiding you. Trust and follow your instincts; How does your heart feel about that person? What’s that nagging thought telling you do? Your gut already knows the outcome of the situation…go with the flow.
“Are you passionate about your work?…If yes, congratulations! You’ve done what we all strive for but rarely achieve. As for the rest of us, there’s hope: Part of why we haven’t found our passion yet is that we tend to give up quickly on new things. The reason? Prepare for a hard truth: We’re pretty bad at most things when we first try them.” Read More at New York Times