If we’re anything alike, most days you can wake up feeling like the weight of the world just might be on your shoulders. If something is going to move, if something is going to happen, it’s going to be because you pushed it with all your strength. There are in fact moments where all your strength will be required, but it is not every moment.
It is not and should not be within your power to make everything happen.
Some people weren’t meant to stay in your inner circle forever.
Not every job should last forever.
Every situation is going to give way to the next situation and before you take on the burden of responsibility for how everything plays out, it’s important to remember: TIMING.
The old adage says that if you love something, you should let it go. Having it return to you means that it was always yours. There is plenty of truth to that. Just because you move away from home, doesn’t mean you can’t come back. Just because you were passed up for a dream position today doesn’t mean an even bigger opportunity won’t come knocking tomorrow. Today we intend to let the pressure and the anxiety go. Our intent of the day is to trust the timing.
You too? Here are 3 things to encourage you to trust the timing:
- This encouragement to trust the timing of your life.
When you don’t know whether to slow down or speed up, it can be hard to trust timing. It can feel like you’re entirely responsible for everything in your life being a failure or a success and, yes, you do have a LOT of impact, but that’s only a piece of the puzzle. Timing is so much a part of the equation. Trust it.
- Marianne Williamson shares the spiritual purpose of relationships. The outcome may be less important than the journey.
Marianne Williamson shares her wisdom the Super Soul Sunday crowd on the subject of fine tuning the spiritual side of your relationships.
- Feeling impatient? Here are tips from Positively Positive on how to trust the timing.
“What is for you will not pass you.”
It’s great to know that you SHOULD trust the timing, but how do you actually DO it? We loved this post from Positively Positive that talks you through how to do just that.