I have heard from many lately that it is not easy anymore to shift with the changes in your life. It can seem like the Cupid Shuffle “to the right, to the right, to the right, to the right, to the left, to the left, to the left, to the left, now kick, now kick, now kick, now kick, now walk it by yourself, walk it by yourself.”
Many are feeling like they are walking it by themselves. When change suddenly comes upon us it is so important not to struggle, kick, or scream for this truly gets us nowhere. Instead, we can continue to attract every other negative thing towards us without even trying. We complain, wonder why spirit has forsaken us, go through the poor me, kick and scream and continue to feel like some kind of victim when in reality we know better. We know that each experience is coming as a Divine opportunity to take us to the next level in our spiritual development, yet we kick and scream and feel sorry for ourselves when we’re in the thick of things.
When we are acting in a negative way to the change or chaos we are feeling, we are putting off or prolonging the experience and the very why of why is this happening? If we can just accept it all as an opportunity to grow, it will change. I call it AFGE. It stands for another fing growth experience!
My grandmother use to say to all of us, "God never gives us more than we can handle.” On one level it’s true I guess, but on another level, we feel like screaming what the heck! I have learned through the many changes in my life to try to coast, don’t complain, stay with what is, follow the signs and signals, and do the best you can with what you have to work with. Stay focused on how Spirit must really love you to be bringing you another opportunity to uplevel your spiritual growth. The more you are grateful, the quicker the energy moves. In retrospect, I have learned all the answers to my questions on why I had to go through it all.
It’s really too bad that we can’t get the answers upfront before we have to go through it all, but that’s the way it goes. Better late than never. It’s like getting the last puzzle piece that completes the puzzle. It gives us a big ahhhhhhh.
Next time you’re wondering about it in advance, take a breath and be patient, and know it will all come together sooner than later if you coast through it!