Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Patience Grasshopper

Isn't it ironic how sometimes your life flows by so fast you can hardly keep up while othertimes it drags like a slow motion movie? I bounce back and forth between these viewpoints but most frequently notice how things do not seem to be happening fast enough for my expectations. Trust Diving Timing. Trust the Universe. My little self moans and shuffles her feet in restless anticipation.

GS: You are shifting away from one method of operating into another. This process is as fast as you choose it to be. There may be a belief that instant is good and slow is bad but both are valid choices as a means of experience. Swallowing a bite of delicious food whole may not be as enjoyable as relishing the sensation of the food in your mouth, So part of you is impatient for events to roll and things to happen when perhaps your focus could be more on the present moment, at the wondrous sights and sounds that surround you at any given time. The phrase Be Here Now comes to mind. You do not need to constantly watch the pot in order to assure that the water will boil. Just make sure you have put water in a pot, put the pot on the stove and turned on the burner and you can rest assured that the water will boil at the perfect time. Thus can you rest assured that your life’s creations shall manifest with divine timing. Relax your mind, dear one, and let her enjoy the moment. 

1 comment:

  1. This is what a bad grasshopper I am. I know there's wisdom in this lesson. But I'm still delighting in the wonderful sentence, "My little self moans and shuffles her feet in restless anticipation." I'll just stay in word nerdy moment, maybe the pot will boil anyway.