All I have seen teaches me to trust the creator for all I have not seen. Ralph Waldo Emerson
Living in trust is much easier than distrust. Believing that the world is for you is a lot simpler than thinking it’s conspiring against you. Trust can be difficult, or it can be comforting. It can feel like you’re in midair clutching desperately onto a trapeze, or it can feel like you’re lying in a hammock that cradles your body softly and securely as you swing above the ground. You can rest in your trust, or you can struggle to hold on to it. Either way, trust is not about being unwise—as it’s said, “Trust everyone, but cut the cards.” Keeping your eyes wide open doesn’t make you any more or less trusting. It just makes you more observant of what is going on around you.
How you approach life impacts your experience. Trust that you’re eternally supported as you bring forth the revelation of your Spiritual Wholeness , your Abundant Good, God as you. Trust that everything you will ever need is already within you. Choose to feel the comfort of knowing you are wrapped in the ever-loving embrace of Spirit, and that your inheritance has already been given to you and contains all you’ll ever need or desire. Then the Divine that appears in your world will provide abundantly in areas near and dear to your heart.
Spiritual Contemplation: Where are you struggling with trust? With whom could a courageous conversation bring the clarity you are looking for so you can rest in the truth? What action needs to be taken in order for the next piece of your unfolding situation to reveal valuable insight? Or do you need to just rest in the nonaction, trusting in God’s action moving in your life?
Affirmation: I trust in God expressing as my life.
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