Cool change in the river

“I’m a bozo on the bus so I might as well just sit back and enjoy the ride.” -Wavy Gravy

When I try to pretend to the world that I am A-Okay, I disconnect from everyone and become even more fearful. This is a trigger for social anxiety to act up.

“The soul is the river of energy that animates who you are.”-Elizabeth Lesser

If I go with the flow (of my soul), it’s impossible for me to go wrong. When I put my soul (Creator, Higher Power, God) in charge, I am able to make hard choices and big changes.

If I am afraid of courting change, I may stay “safe” but my life energy is stuck and I remain trapped in the present life situation that is troubling me.

I am learning to practice resisting change. I am learning to go with my flow. When I completely surrender to change (that which is) intuitively, I can relax and trust I am exactly where I need to be and am going exactly where I need to go.

It’s a process and I get it in dribs and drabs, but it feels good.

I wish you peace,

Jill G.

“May what I do flow from me like a river, no forcing and no holding back, the way it is with children.” ― Rainer Maria Rilke


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