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Monday, August 25, 2008

Letting Go

If something doesn't happen in exactly the timing you expected, you let go of your concerns and just flow with the timing as it appears. - John-Roger, DSS with Paul Kaye (From: The Rest of Your Life)

This thing works so perfectly in the Spirit. If you seeded less than what was needed to bring it to you, the seeding will be transferred into something else inside of you and in Spirit. - John-Roger, DSS (From: God Is Your Partner)

I love the teachings of MSIA because there is so much freedom in them. And the message of our divinity and Godís unconditional loving for us is so clear and uplifting. And we have full permission to participate in Godís infinite abundance by following and using the spiritual principles that this blog speaks of. And the best thing of all is that as we ask for the highest good and stay within the three groundrules, there is no possibility of failure.

Then why do I get so tense and worry? I have asked myself this question many times. I think it is because I forget the above. My ego/personality asserts itself over the truth that I know. It usually happens when I am tired or under some kind of stress. I lose my center and bam! I am in my habits of 40 years ago.

Thank God anything more than a second ago is in the past, and that God still loves me regardless. And so I forgive myself; clear, disconnect, and disengage; and return to the loving. And I realize once again that everything is perfect and I can let go.

Now I am thinking of my next seed. Time to explore the finer details of the process again this week.

Posted by Paul Kaye at 8:40 PM
Keywords: Living Love
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