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So Many Questions

Life holds so many questions. Who am I? What is my purpose? What to do? How is that going to happen? Where is my soul mate? Why is it raining here in the Bay Area in July and August? The questions are nearly infinite. At times they can be overwhelming.

Focusing on the questions may be a way to limit action. Essentially, the questions become a tool to buy more time before making a decision. I have found this action to be precipitated by fear. We have choices to make regarding our life but we are afraid of something new and different. Perhaps we are fearful of discovering our full potential, wisdom and beauty. Maybe we think that we can’t do it or don’t have what it takes to make it happen.

Some time ago a spiritual mentor told me, “Question nothing.” Ironically, my mind began to ask, “How is it possible to never question anything?” I’ve continued to work with the statement he gave me.

I’ve determined that my mentor was reminding me to trust. When you question nothing, it implies that you have faith or trust that the Universe will put you in the right place at the right time for whatever you need to learn or share. Questioning nothing also means that you have confidence in your abilities, your wisdom, your potential, your gifts and skills and your beauty. I have learned that this leads to being fully present with what is at each moment. You gain a deep knowing within yourself and recognize that all you need is within you. You begin to notice and receive the gifts contained within each day.

Begin to let go of the questions. See where this takes you.

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