Let It Go and Let It Flow

I’ve been saying for the past week that I just need to let things go and flow. If it works, it works and if it doesn’t I don’t force it. If you want to be in my life that’s great but if you don’t I’m okay with that too. I’m allowing everything and everyone in my life to just flow. After my Triggers from Trauma lesson, I’m trying to just believe all the dots connect if we just let it happen. I know with all my heart and soul that there’s nothing that just happens. Everything we experience is for a reason.

I had a friend confide in me that they felt like every time things in life got good then something bad happened. I told them, we always repeat lessons when we don’t learn. I’ve been in the same class for over 50 years. I think I’m graduating now. We are going to repeat the patterns until we learn the lesson and break the patterns.

Next, I said, every time it gets good we tend to believe we have control of our life so the ego puffs out its chest and says “I got this”. But the ego doesn’t have it, it’s God that has us at the end of the day. We have the tools but he provides the blessing when we allow it. He wants the credit too so we need to be thankful and share with others our blessing.

I see so many people say on social media say, “Pray, pray, pray” but I hardly ever see the “Thank ya Jesus” when the prayer is answered. As I have written in Respect the Gift if you ask for it and receive it then honor it.

Last but not least we do reap what we sow. I’ve reaped my bad seed plenty of times and I have been blessed by sowing good seed. I’ve learned that if I can just let it go and let it flow then it will happen just like it’s supposed to happen. Nobody escapes the harvest. You rather do folks wrong and suffer the consequences of your actions or do what’s right and watch it come back in 10 fold. And believe me, letting go is powerful. That’s a much stronger statement of character than hanging on. Say it out loud, let it go, and let it flow.

Published by Dana

Creative writer about my life and life lessons. Survivor of abandonment, addiction, narcissist relationships, and trauma. Still dealing while I'm healing. Thank you Jesus!

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