Do you feel the need to control everything and everyone in your life? Do you journey through life full of fear and apprehension? What if I get hurt? What if I don’t make it? What if I fail? Do you spend any amount of time questioning, doubting, and anticipating the worst? If you do, you are not alone. It is human nature to fear the unknown. Unless of course, you have a ‘higher power’ or a ‘divine manager’ who takes over when the going gets tough.

MY ADVICE: Develop a stronger sense of faith and connect with the source power that created you. How? Read on…

People are great at having faith after the fact. Once everything is ok. When they can finally ‘see’ the results or after they arrive at the outcome. There is a method involved in having faith and it is this: YOU NEED TO HAVE FAITH FIRST, THEN GOD TAKES CARE OF EVERYTHING – IN WAYS YOU COULD NEVER IMAGINE.

It does not happen the other way around.

Here is an analogy for you.
You are heading out to visit a friend. You know the destination and you know the path you will take to get there. Anything can happen along the way but you don’t think about that. You simply head out and expect to arrive in ‘X’ amount of minutes or hours.

As you travel along familiar or unfamiliar streets, you have faith in knowing that you will arrive at your destination. You can’t ‘SEE’ your destination however you know that you are heading there. You might be following a map or listening to your GPS system. This is what faith looks like. The destination is not yet in sight but you KNOW that it will all be fine.

The next time you experience a crisis in your life or an unexpected obstacle pops up, try sending out a ‘thought prayer’ for a higher power to take over. Surrender it and see what happens. Every time I do this, something miraculous happens. Something shifts or moves or changes that I did not anticipate or even think to orchestrate.

Having faith and surrendering a situation, person, event, or conflict, allows for miracles to take place and the eventual outcome is always far better than that which you could ‘control’ yourself. This is particularly helpful for situations that you cannot perceive an outcome for. Or one of those damned if I do and damned if I don’t scenarios. When you just don’t know which way to turn, simply say, “God, take over, I’m outta here!” You’ll be so surprised how good it feels and how amazing the conclusions can be.

Try it. It works.

With love,
Noni Boon