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Do you trust it?

The Universe is in divine order. I say that all the time. Unfortunately, I don’t always believe it. In order to believe that statement, we have to completely let go. We have to completely trust. Not an easy thing to do when you’re a human. We tend not to trust things that we can’t control. Instead, we try to make things happen. We take action to try to force things to happen or to force them to happen in a certain way. We refuse to get out of the way and just wait and see how it’s suppose to happen. What we don’t realize is, the end result of the way it’s suppose to happen is usually way better than the end results of us trying to force it to happen.
Sometimes we just don’t understand why the Universe would lay something out for us the way it does. So what do we do? We fight against it. We get mad. We bitch about it. We try to manipulate whatever it is and make it happen the way we think it’s suppose to happen. But, what if we just trusted? What if we just said, “Ok Universe/Spirit/God (whatever it is you call it…) not sure how you want this to play out, but I’m going to trust you and just sit back and enjoy the ride and wait to see what you’ve got in store for me!”
Today is August 21, 2017. The day of the big eclipse. Here in Southeastern NC, we were right in the path to see about 99{b31edd37b12064beb8cb6f7d2cb5e7298ec92ac4237c0878e07c0158cdf2b834} or so of totality. That’s huge. And I was so psyched for it! Yet, when we woke up this morning it was cloudy and drizzling. I was totally bummed. And I was like, “What the hell? What an absolute bummer that Mother Nature would give us this amazing thing to see, yet make it cloudy and rainy so we couldn’t.” Bottom line? I was pissy. And I thought, ‘If the Universe is in divine order, why would it be divine order that I don’t see this thing I was really super stoked about seeing?’
So I tried to tell myself to just let go. To trust. After all, there’s not a damn thing I can do about the weather. I had to trust that there was a reason I wasn’t going to see this awesome thing. And then, about 12:30, the clouds started to lighten up a bit. It was still a little cloudy, but I figured I’d give it a shot. So I went down to my pool area, lied on a lounge chair, put on my ISO approved solar eclipse glasses and damn if I didn’t see the whole thing perfectly from start to finish. It wasn’t too hot, I didn’t get sunburned, and I just lay there with my cool little glasses on watching a total solar eclipse. It was freakin’ awesome…
The Universe is in divine order.
Do you trust it?
In Munay…

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