Do you Find Doubt Difficult to Overcome? (Who doesn’t!)

Flying on the Wings of Vulnerability – Do you Find Doubt Difficult to Overcome?

Do you ever get the feeling that you are just not quite good enough or that things just aren’t quite going the way you would like them to? If you say no, then you are probably lying or you have it all figured out, congrats 🙂

“True empowerment is not about intentionally manifesting confidence and building supreme belief that things will go our way. In fact it’s the very opposite. It’s the absolute acceptance of NOT KNOWING how things will work out which finally unlocks the door of doubt and disbelief.”

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This “Not Knowing” is something I am trying to be more comfortable with each day.

It’s in the NOT knowing where freedom lies

You’re truly Walking the Path when you don’t know what’s coming next. When you don’t know how you’re going to perform. When you don’t know if you’ll find the right words. When you don’t know if that pay-cheque will come or if there’ll be dinner on the table tonight. The truth is, we simply don’t know, we can’t know, because we don’t have control. Sometimes we may think we do, but at the highest level, we created the conditions of not knowing for how can we learn to trust if the outcome is always guaranteed?

I remember back to when I started leading spiritual seminars. I’d traveled a good deal in life and I’d done many presentations before in former jobs and careers. The difference this time was in coming from the heart. It means I don’t have anything to ‘sell’, there’s no hidden agenda and so I don’t prepare for what I’m going to say. Well strictly, I have some ideas of topics to cover, but I don’t know what or how I’m going to say it until I say it.

For me, sometimes it’s easy to go with the flow, while other times it seems like a major struggle. Does anyone else have some good tips for letting go and being in the moment, while going with the flow? Please let us know below if you know of anything that might help, thanks!

Lots of love,

Adrian

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