The last several months have been spent doing a lot of self-examination.
It hasn’t always been pleasant to search within and be honest in looking at myself and how my life has thus far played out.
But now that I can objectively look back, I see the various states of consciousness that I was in as I moved from one chapter to another up to now.
One thing I saw was that often in the past I have been “afraid that things wouldn’t turn out right.”
And sometimes they didn’t.
And the reason for this is because I had fallen into the trap of thinking that this is my life. And I was too quick to take my eyes off of God.
There was a lot of me telling God or the Universe what I wanted, and very little of me asking God or the Universe, “What can I do for you?”
And this is “The Great Transition” that, realize it or not, life is all about.
The whole idea of spiritual enlightenment is simply becoming unselfish as opposed to being selfish.
And it seems to me at this juncture, that the only way to become less selfish, is to more and more, know God. (However you may see God or whatever you may call God)
The deeper my relationship with God has gotten, the less I demand from the Universe. As I have seen God more clearly, my worries and troubles have lessened somewhat, and so have my fears.
This allows me to know that I am okay right here and right now, that I don’t really have to do all that much. I am not in control. I don’t have to be in control.
I simply have to seek ways to work with the Universe, instead of against it.
It is so freeing to know that I really can let go. Spirit really has things taken care of for me. The people, the opportunities, everything is already there for me.
God/Spirit/The Universe is everywhere I look.
My job is to see it and praise it.
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