Change on a Dime

img_2744It can change on a dime in the nick of time has been a recurring theme for a while. I started noticing this trend when I began my seven month Journey of Love. At first, I chalked it up to coincidence or I was simply relieved that whatever it was worked out. As the stakes got higher, I realised that there was more to this and that I needed to pay attention. I also started trusting more, knowing that things would work out the way they were supposed to. Why? Because I was following my heart.

Usually, it would go something like this: I would start becoming fearful because something was not going the way I had hoped. I would be resistant to whatever was happening, all the while becoming more and more fearful. I would finally reach my breaking point, release resistance, and everything would shift. The outcome was never what I was hoping for all along, it was always BETTER!

For example, at one point, I picked up my daughter from Denver International Airport, not having a place to go. Through a crazy, unplanned set of circumstances (and super long story), and due to a mistake the central reservation system made, we ended up at The Steamboat Grand at less than half the cost for the next three nights. While at the Grand, I had enough time to map out the next few weeks and everything fell into place.

As scary as those few moments were, there was a knowing inside me, a knowing that everything would work out. In the middle of it all, I told my daughter to watch, that everything would work out and be better than we ever could have imagined. From not having a clue where we were staying that night to staying in a luxurious hotel, enjoying heated salt water pools surrounded by snow in the middle of June; it was quite a treat and feeling to behold.

Trust in the unfolding of life for each of us is always supported, even when it does not feel that way. 


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