"Jump into your life with your whole heart, trusting that you will fly to God!" C.S. Lewis
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". . .the jewel of surrender presupposes that there is a divine force at work in our lives. Ultimately this guideline invites us to surrender out egos, open our hearts and accept the higher purpose of our being.
As we learn to stop fighting life, we can begin to act skillfully.
Surrender asks us to be strong enough to engage each moment with integrity while being soft enough to flow with the current of life.
Ishvara Pranidhana is the surrender of the ego to a higher purpose. As the ego stops fighting to be number one, life begins to nourish and feed us in amazing ways.
Ultimately there is nothing I can tell you
about surrender except
Having nothing and wanting nothing;
Not keeping score,
Not trying to be richer,
Not being afraid of losing;
Not being particularly interested
in our own personalities;
Choosing to be happy,
no matter what happens to us.
These are some of the clues.
The rest we learn with practice and grace.”
I sat upon these rocks a week or so ago looking onto the Strait of George and the Island in front of me pondering my existence, connecting with nature and with my personal interpretation of Divinty.
When I do this type of reflective meditation,
I silently ask myself,
"who or what is the 'Me'
'Bring me a higher love'?"
Repeatedly my inner reply goes something like,
"of the possible
8 billions interpretations of Divinity I own one of the ideas and ponderings of who, and what God is."
It brings me back to one of my favorite
21st Century thoughts,
what God is doing"
I can then surrender and leave the bigger questions alone, going forwatd in my life to live a happy, healthy, peaceful experience.
So Be It, and So It Is...