As Buddha once said, “change is the only constant”. So even what we have learned to trust for consistency can surprise us at any moment and lead us in a downward spiral of anxiety. But if we remove fear from the equation without hesitation, we can devote our full attention to the dream that awaits us. Just like the continual state of growth nature presents, we are no different if we trust in the idea that we are exactly where we are suppose to be.
Each stage in our soul’s evolution paves for the next expression of our being. So rather than allowing our lives to be determined by fear of the unknown or attempting to avoid the risk of falling, we can learn to appreciate that sometimes we experience life fully when we are willing to trust and fall. And in doing this, we may just find that we already have the wings to fly.
When we believe that we are meant to be immersed in this moment at this given time, we step away from the universe’s safety net but as we continue forward, we may find ourselves revisiting the same issues. This may be frustrating as we feel we are not learning from our past difficulties but we must see we come from a higher, wiser place each time we are revisited.
We can track growth by identifying situations we have faced more than once and noting that each time we handled them a bit better. Whether or not we can see how our present situation is serving you or where it may lead, know that you are exactly where you are supposed to be. Trust that our soul knows where we’re headed even if we don’t.