It has become increasingly clear to me that in order to co-create with God, we must do our part. Sometimes that means taking action. Sometimes it means that no action is an action.
What’s most vital is to accept what God gives us. It can be fragrant spring blossoms or it can be grief. It can be loving support or it can be illness and heartache. It can be a flailing start-up business or too many clients. It can be the best of times or even the worst of times.
Blossoms are easy to accept and delight in but “bad” things, difficult things, troublesome painful things, are not so easy. If we continue to fight the situation, resist the truth of what is and say no this is not what I wanted, this is not what I deserve, this is not what I asked for, we are prolonging the problem. What we resist persists.
If we fully accept what is delivered to us by what I believe is a friendly universe, then that divine source will also assist us if it’s a problem that is seeking a solution, a disease which needs a cure, a relationship in need of authenticity. If we work with God saying okay I accept this, then God can work with us to change, alter or even better that reality.
If we dare to go a little further and actually embrace what comes our way, it is a boon to the co-creation process. We become friends with the situation, we reside with it, we face it head on and we know for sure that in heaven’s good time, all things will change. Or come to their inspired conclusion. Or transform into something we haven’t even thought of. Often we don’t completely understand and often we do not need to.
We only need to believe in ourselves and that magnificent creative divine source within.