Saturday, January 16, 2010

How to Go With The Flow

Going with the flow is a trait not many people seem to have the ability to do. I've learned that I can go with the flow and be more relaxed about my life when I remember a couple of key things. I'd like to share them with you now.

At any point in time, you have the ability to let go of the resistence within you and go with the flow of well being ... the flow of abundance ... the flow of love.

It is a much more glorious ride when you go with the flow.

When you focus on things in your environment that you don't like, you are interrupting the flow of abundance to you. Instead, you invite fears, loss of control, depression and feelings of disempowerment.

As a result, you feel unfulfilled, dissastified, frustrated, and discourged ... all as a consequence of not going with the flow.

When you do not feel wonderful, manifestation is slowed and you are out of alignment with the Universe.

Your solution is to just make the decision that, however you can allow it to happen, you will just turn and allow yourself to go with the flow.

Learn to "let it go" and, as they say, "let in God".

Your feelings are an indicator of the direction in which you are moving. When you stop fighting the flow, you will discover the point of relief.

This is truly your only choice: to either worse or feel better. You make that choice all day and every day ... whether to feel better or to feel worse in the moment. As an example, you can choose to participate in those discussions that you know will lead to quarreling or you can choose to let it go.

If you hear someone say "Oh crap, now look what happened," don't focus on their problem. They will start talking about it. They hook you in ... you see?

Instead, take your time to respond -- if at all -- and perhaps come back if they keep prompting you with a kind remark such as "oh that's interesting," and then leave it at that.

Isn't it nice that it took you so long to respond so that by the time you did, you no longer allow the initial knee jerk reaction of negativity to flow.

This is all part of you learning how to stay in the flow of well being.

Focus on your and the choice to feel good.

Worry not about what the other people are doing or saying ... for they too will get it, someday (maybe).

So remember that ... moment to moment ... your indicator of whether or not you are going with the flow is how you feel.

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Written by Michelle Wojnowski

1 comment:

Stan Pontiere said...

Fear is the biggest distraction from getting in the flow. To me, the keys to achieving your dreams is of course to live in the present moment in joy and gratitude and secondly to take action on a daily basis (no matter how small) toward reaching your dream. Action (especially inspired action) is a requirement to achieve anything in life and those small steps over time will have an incredible impact.