“That of which we have no control, will take control of our thoughts leaving us “out” of control, when we resist the unplanned changes that occur.”
What we resist will continue to arrive until we learn from what is trying to be taught. So we must walk in heart and seek the depth of what is in front of us, so resistance is void and a teaching is gained.
When we can surrender to what is, no matter how uncomfortable, it is then that we are able to remain in control of self, to which our controlling thoughts become a weak whisper.
“When the path of our divine purpose becomes known, we must keep walking forward to fulfill our purpose, for if we look back to see what or who we have left behind, Great spirit will replace us with someone else to fulfill the divine plan.”
When a spiritual awakening takes place everything that we thought we once were is void, and what we awaken to know, changes what we see. If we look back and long for people or things in our past; we drain energy from our present moment, which shifts our part in the divine plan, and our awakening becomes a part of our past.