Trusting It Will Be OK
10th February, 20120 Comments
There are moments in life when we must trust blindly. Trust that things will work out, trust that we have the capability to do something, trust that we will be taken care of.
Finding the acceptance in ourselves that there is a point when what we have put out there in effort, will come back to us. That our relationship with 'life' is no different to any relationship: it is a too way and it we don’t allow ourselves to trust the other, we can't be open to receive their gifts, because we may be holding on too tightly in fear.
Each of us has a button of fear in life; such as Relationships, Money, Jobs etc and life has a way of producing repetitive opportunities for the button to be pushed until we stop running, hiding and avoiding and face the fear, let go and trust.
Counselling mirrors the experience of trusting: trusting, another, trusting the process, trusting yourself. If you really give yourself to being in that relationship and no longer hide from the fear there is a great opportunity to open, grow and embrace trusting in life.
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