Maintaining Belief through Trials
Actual Video Length: 2.25 Minutes
Hello Newsletter Family!
With today’s video, I want to talk to you about a statement from A Course in Miracles. The statement is “Those who are certain of the outcome can afford to wait, and wait without anxiety.”
We all have goals and dreams. And usually they do not manifest overnight. So what you have to do is see yourself in your desired outcome.. Be it your goal or your dream.
And hold the vision because life will take us on a process; life will take us on a journey.
The things that get in the way of us and our end goal are usually things that our mind creates. For example, doubt gets in the way. And doubt, just like worry and fear, are mind-made.
When the anxiety builds up or the worry makes its entrance, realize this is happening and separate yourself from them. These are mind-made emotions, feelings, states of being. So don’t allow these negative states to hold you back.
Also, don’t allow time to hold you back. Time is also mind-made. In the spiritual dimension, there is no such thing as time. Some things may take longer to happen. But if they take longer, we need to wait for life’s timing.
Life’s timing will always be more beneficial to us than our timing.
And something else that could get in the way are so-called obstacles. But its how we view the so-called obstacles. Not everything is an obstacle that comes our way.
If something comes our way that may seem like a block, it could actually be a clue to fine-tune ourselves or fine-tune the project we are working on. It could be an indicator that we need to get better at something before we can get to the end goal, the end dream and the end result.
Do not get discouraged. Life may be testing our strength. Life may be testing us to see how much we truly want our dream.
So see yourself in the vision, hold yourself to it, and be open to the journey.
“Those who are certain of the outcome can afford to wait, and wait without anxiety.”
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I wish each of resilience in your week!