The thought of having no control is terrifying to the ego. And yet, there are times you give up control for the joy of it. Can you imagine an amusement park ride where you float along in a log through chutes? On you go, getting jostled a bit and even flowing over a few edges with frightening drops. Yet, you do so willingly, knowing that ultimately, the whole ride is planned out. The destination is known. And so, you release the need to control the log and you simply flow, leaning a bit right now and then and left then and now, giving out a yell as necessary, and laughing when you get wet. This is life. Flow, dear one, it is far more enjoyable to see the deeper reality than suffering needlessly with the inevitable bumps.
You are so very loved.
Wow, Suzanne. I needed that. Letting go into trust has been a lifelong challenge that I think I’m FINALLY learning to do! Took me long enough! :-) Thanks!
Once again you have restored my belief in synchronicity. We have been hit with a cluster of obnoxious events including suddenly having to move from our beloved apartment, and your message brings me hope and inspiration.
GRATITUDE. I’m at PEACE WITH LOVE.
It brings hope,peace and tranquility. Its the same peace I get when I leave all my worries in God’s hands, when things seem too much He has a plan for me.
Best daily messages ever. So good to know I am so very loved.
White knuckle ride for me right now, but I know it’s all part of the journey. Thank you, Suzanne and Sanaya!
Life is all an amusement ride. We come into this world because we want to enjoy the ride. It’s the same as children wanting to go to an amusement park, and it’s the thrill of the ride. And it brings us back to this edge of the spiritual plain. Most people, even the spiritually enlightened, do not realize there is no over there and here; it is all in one place. You can be in the center or on the crusty edges like a pizza.