This is a powerful thought, especially in light of the quarantine and related circumstances. We all had to change our plans. People are rescheduling weddings and vacations as well as businesses that are forced to temporarily close. Everyone needs to adjust across the board. We all see this time as extremely inconvenient and disruptive to the way we wanted things to be,but let’s consider the flip side of it. What if all of this is happening for you?
“Everything comes to you at the right moment.”
Who’s to say that the plans we had set were for the best? And how would we know that what we had planned was exactly the way it was supposed to be? There’s an element to this situation that has a novelty that we need to tap into. There’s a greater force or power that has urgently disrupted the way things were for a reason. Instead of rejecting that and seeing it as an inconvenience, we can choose to see it as divine and powerful.
It’s important to place your faith in the universe and it’s creation. Last week, I had a great conversation with Dr. Sangeeta Sahi about how important it is to be flexible and accommodating to the universe’s plan. From our narrow point of view, we are in no position to understand the larger workings of the things around us, and how its meant to serve us. However, we can recognize that things beyond our control are working for us, and that everything will come to us at the right moment.
Even in difficult financial, physical, and personal circumstances, it’s important to see the lessons you are learning and the growth that you’re being pushed into. Its also important to see how that ultimately contributes to your overall well being. I know it’s hard to hear during these difficult times, but it’s important to trust that everything comes to you at the right moment.