Trust

Trust

There is no greater trust than when you truly know someone. You can have no greater trust in life than when you truly know yourself.

Your mission in life is to be more of you. The more you are you, the more you trust being you. You are an expression of the power that manifests all that exists. To feel it, all you have to do is focus on the reality in front of you.

But when you judge you don’t see clearly. You experience life through the lens of your stories. Your judging habit is so continuous, you’re never really here. You spend your life lost in the stories you tell yourself about yourself.

Your judging creates separation between yourself and that which you judge. You think you are alone in this world, slugging it out, trying to get ahead, making your plans happen. But life is always changing, evolving. You look for your permanent self in things in a world that isn’t permanent.

Under those conditions, who wouldn’t have difficulty trusting life? Who wouldn’t be fearful and try hard to fend for themselves? It’s what happens when you live the judging life. You have to fend for yourself. It feels like life isn’t working on your behalf, because you’re micro-managing it. You’ve cut yourself off from it.

The more you focus on the experience, rather than the outcome, the more your judging subsides. The one thing everything you experience has in common is the pure experience of it. Whether good or bad makes no difference. It’s experiencing the experience that becomes your anchor point. From this perspective, you see life as it really is. You see yourself for who you really are.

You don’t have to trust life blindly. It always shows you the cards, and it never wears a mask. All you have to do is look and listen. Trust turns to knowing. There is no greater knowledge than to know yourself.

How much do you know you?

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