The Great Revelation
When you don’t know what you want? Read next week’s blog.
And here it is next week already.
It’s a really good question actually. What DO you do when you don’t know what you want?
First, let’s ask, what do YOU do when you don’t know what you want?
Do you …
…try to figure it out?
…canvas the opinions of others?
Or any other of a number of options?
Or, do you, like I, wait?
Wait? [I can hear your brain.] Wait? Really? That’s it? Just … wait?
Well, think a minute.
How many times have you allegedly been waiting for something when a whole new piece of information has shown up to change everything? Squillions of times, I know. Me too. So that’s why—at over 50—I have learned to wait.
But it’s not just a twiddling my thumbs waiting.
It’s an active waiting.
I’m waiting, sure. But I’m also asking, praying, meditating, thinking, staying on alert for angels and messengers and any other spiritual practice I can think of that will take me to where I want to be which in this case is … knowing what I really want.
Sustaining the tension of active waiting can be hard. I can’t complain. I can’t say nothing’s happening. I can’t be a victim. None of these things are helpful. In fact, they’re hurtful.
What I am doing—when I don’t know what I want—is waiting to know what I want and so I am seeking that knowing.
Beloved, in my reality seeking has a partner: finding. It’s guaranteed—IF I’ll wait for revelation. Revelation is part of life on Planet EarthSchool.
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