Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Today’s Gift #essentialsofrecovery

I don’t believe in predicting, especially about the future.

— Casey Stengel

With the pace of change continuing to accelerate, the future is not what it used to be. From one moment to the next, no one can be certain of anything. Your job, your marriage, and your relationship to your children – none of these may be the same next year, next month, or even next week.

How does one survive this changing landscape? First, by being flexible and adaptable – ready to change course at any moment. Be prepared to “roll with the punches” and release your old attachments or current expectations.

Second, practice living one day at a time. Realize that the only thing you can really affect is how you feel this instant. By focusing on the present moment, you can continue to experience peace and joy – no matter how the outer circumstances may change.

Finally, know that the removal of old securities opens the way to new opportunities. Human consciousness is moving to ever-higher levels of awareness. How much easier the journey is when we flow with the process of change.

From the book:

                                    Listening to Your Inner Voice © 1991, by Douglas Bloch
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