GO WITH GOD –
…wherever “GOD” takes you.
Is that any different than where YOU take YOU? If you were created in God’s image and likeness, from a space of pure LOVE, then do you not carry God within you? Of course you do. Confused? Good! Remember, the sages say confusion happens right before you learn something, or spiritually grow. So, think just how much you are about to learn!
What “Go with God” means is, “Follow Your Heart”, wherever it should lead you. For that is where LOVE resides. When you ask questions, like, “How would you like me to be of service today?”, which is a very high place of surrender and unconditional love, you must also remember that you are asking YOURSELF, “How would you like me to be of service today?”
Then you begin to learn that serving yourself in a loving way is serving God. Pleasing your heart’s desires is pleasing God’s heart. So, on some level, wherever God takes you is where you take you… every time.
That said, to get out of the way of the ego and monkey mind, you can also simply ask the God aspect outside of you, “How can I be of service today?” In other words, the monkey mind is that aspect of you constantly wondering, thinking, analyzing how you could have, should have, might do things next time, etc. Instead of wondering what the past or future holds, and instead of beating yourselves up for what might have or should have been, asking the question, “Dear God, how would you like me to be of service today?” will begin to neutralize the head games and bring you back into your heart. In doing so, and by connecting with this entity “God” that you believe exists outside of you (and does on some level), you will actually be leading yourself back into your own heart to serve you… God.
So, go with you… the true essence of YOU… and you will always go with God.
With so much love in my heart for you,
You are LOVEDLOVEDLOVED……… THE MYSTIC
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