Seeing and practicing these things have got to be the geatest gift/s as one then only realises what you have been omitting or missing in your life.
May we feel the essence of guidance strongly every day, Namaste
this incredible article is highly profound and thought provoking. i must hv done some good karma to be able to read it, really!!
it compels oneself to introspect whether so much of drama and tension over small tasks in life is worth it or not. its time to take things in a light yet effective manner. thnx a ton sally madam.
As someone who regularly does 'psychic' readings for people, I am thoroughly acquainted with this concept. This past summer, a young neighbor girl asked me to see her father before he passed. I even remember thinking, "what if I don't 'see' anything?" I held his hand, knew he had less than 24 hours to live, and then I saw the angels. Standing over his left shoulder was a one-winged angel. and another, smaller one was flitting about to his right. The daughter believed the smaller angel to be a young child of 3 years who had recently passed. Early the next day the man did pass. A week later, his wife showed me a framed 8x10 picture the man kept in a drawer of a one-winged angel. Things like this happen to me "all the time". And Miss Kempton has so accurately described how it is done. Namaste.
Very well written article- particularly, the reference to the great fighter Arjuna highlighted the concept very effectively. Arjuna, facing 'the war' and having doubts about the merits of fighting such a war against his own folks- finally surrenders to the higher being and concludes that his duty to fight for the just cause would set him free and fulfill his dharma!
This is something I'm struggling with right now. This article really helped...like a sigh of relief, a great weight off of my shoulders.
What a beautifully written article. The author truly captures the meaning and act of surrender. Just what I needed to hear. You can tell that this article was divinely inspired. Thank you for writing it!
Jeanne in Wales
Surrender might also simply be acceptance. In the Tao Te Ching (verse 74) you'll find:
"If you realise that all things change, there is nothing you will try to hold on to.
If you aren't afraid of dying, there is nothing you can't achieve.
Trying to control the future is like trying to take the master carpenter's place. When you handle the master carpenter's tools, chances are that you'll cut your hand."
So, whether it's shame you want to release, or a job you want to find, recognise that it is your "want" that is your problem. Accept this moment,this very moment, as it is, realise that you do not know what lies ahead beyond it, nor maybe even what's best for you!
The action to take is to let things take their course.
Jesus would have said have faith, hope and love in all you do and think and things will take their course best.
This article is wonderfully written. Often wondered but could not have not come across a better explanation for this very difficult concept called 'surrender'. That it is not 'giving up' but a larger dimension of Faith altogether, of being Centered in one self and in the Higher Consciousness. Thank you.
it is so difficult to know whether god is testing your persistence or asking you to surrender. More examples would be helpful, especially ones that relate to job hunting.