How to Give Up Struggle
Deliberate Creation is about learning how to give up struggle.
Struggle is trying to rearrange the world so that it aligns with the way you think it should be. It is the greatest source of unhappiness in our world today. It happens when you focus on what you perceive you don't have, instead of embracing what you do have.
The need to struggle and effort to get what we want is an illusion and like all other illusions (or assumptions), by their very nature, they keep us from seeing the truth that is right before us.
We live in a time of striking contrasts. There is tremendous prosperity and at the same time there is also tremendous poverty. Why is this so?
The reason is that we (meaning all of us on this planet) must change our paradigm and see abundance as a mindset.
Abundance is waking up to the reality that you are already the person you yearn to become and that you already have everything you need.
The denial or more accurately the resistance to your true nature is what keeps you struggling. Abundance is about lovingly accepting WHO and WHERE you are IN THIS MOMENT. It is focusing on all that you have and not losing yourself in all that you don't have. In the end, it is this thought that allows us to live in the Flow of unstoppable riches in every area of our lives.
It is this thought that will help us give up struggle !
Sometimes we forget that the most important place we can turn for answers is inside ourselves. The outer world tends to captivate us, tantalize us, and coerce us to lose our inner direction with it's materialistic importance and superficial psychodramas. We can become emotionally captured by these experiences and feel completely disconnected from the safe soothing resource of our inner world. The mind can become so involved in the external, that we fall blind to the truth of the radiant sacred beings we actually truly are.
The most enlightening path to liberation is the one that is the most sustainable and always available from within.
This approach has stopped the search in the outer world for real fulfillment, and knows there is no greater source of true satisfaction than the one that exists within. I believe that it's the incessant searching of the mind which causes us not to see. We are not seeing the divine sacred beings we truly are because we are following the mind's perpetual wanting, yearning and desiring habit.
The more time we give for appreciating what is in our lives, accepting and loving the people who share our lives with us, the wanting program that had caused internal blindness slowly starts to fade out of our lives.