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How can we trust our desires?

+ How can we trust our desires?

[ Posted on 03.04.2016 ]

 

Getting what we want in this world is more about allowing than acquiring. Struggling to acquire, achieve, and accumulate is often an exercise in attachment.  What does attachment create in you? Are you more withholding than generous? More jealous than glad?

Allowing our desires to unfold and be met by the unfolding desires of the universe in an exercise in openness. What does openness create in you? Are you then more generous than withholding? More glad than jealous?

How can we trust that allowing desires rather than struggling to acquire will be in our best interests?  By letting ourselves happen. Here is a quote from Bruce Di Marsico on the subject:

“Just watch yourself happen.  What you want will happen or not.  You will make choices, or you won’t. Enjoy yourself happening. Be where your choices lead you. You will be anyway – but actually be there, where your choices lead you. And if you make new choices, see yourself making them. See yourself making choices, see yourself not making choices. See yourself going where you are going, and go with yourself there. Do this, and you will have more than you could have ever thought to want. You’ll find things you never realized you were seeking, until you found them. And this will be your actual experience. Everything that is perfect for you is becoming apparent to you. It’s all here, and you are allowed to see it. When you do see it, be glad for what you have allowed to happen to you.”

From The Option Method. The Myth of Unhappiness, Vol. 3 

 

Happiness is feeling however you choose to feel or experience yourself, and not believing that anyth…

Happiness is feeling however you choose to feel or experience yourself, and not believing that anything makes that wrong.

[ Bruce Di Marsico ]