Surrender! Saying "I surrender" can feel like defeat. Really it is acceptance to what is. What a roller coaster day of anticipation and let-down. I experienced tears, stomach pains, gripping fear, and knowing that I couldn’t control a thing. I was powerless or was I?
I started counting the people who were routing for me, praying for me, sending me special encouragements via emails and you know what it stopped the tears.
Sometimes we have to tap out the fear and tap in the reminder that we are not alone. Sometimes we have to “decide” to be grateful for what we have.
KC: Even though my hopes keep getting dashed. I love and accept myself anyway.
KC: Even though there doesn’t seem to be a positive resolution in sight. I accept my fear and anxiety and choose to believe.
KC: Even though I may not like the resolution I accept that it will be perfect for me and where I am right now.
EB: No I won’t
SE: I hate having to settle
UE: You can’t make me settle
UN: Would you rather stay miserable?
CB: Then you can decide to be happy where ever you end up
TH: it’s the “but” that will keep you stuck
EB: A roof over my head
SE: That sounds nice
UE: A place to regroup
UN: Someone to believe that you are worth trusting
CH: I’ll be as happy as I choose to be
CB: Okay EGO we can choose to be happy
UA: No we can’t
TH: Yes we can; and I bet if we accept whatever and wherever we end up as the perfect place for us right now we’ll be fine
EB: an end to this roller coaster of where to live
SE: learning about relationships
UE: that’s what life is about
UN: not isolating but congregating
CH: expanding our network
CB: making new friends
UA: letting people help us
TH: appreciating others
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: being grateful for the people in my life who trust me. Deciding to trust that life will be just fine and that it is all for my highest and best good. I’m sorry; please forgive me for forgetting that I AM divine love.