I know what you’re thinking. It’s supposed to be the other way around, right?
Like this: “Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Either way, or both ways, I really like this idea. You may have noticed, though, that the whole ‘universe making it happen’ thing sometimes takes form in unexpected ways.
Like, oh, I don’t know, challenging you to learn something new in order to move forward. And leading you to the right teacher at the right time.
Or bringing up issues and emotions that you thought were already settled. And cracking open your heart to a greater understanding of those issues and emotions.
Or putting obstacles in your path when you were expecting an easy wind at your back. And putting the tools into your hands to move those obstacles.
Or pushing you to your breaking point. And reminding you that your breaking point is still a long way off.
Or plunging you into the dark part of the forest because that’s how the road winds on its way to the light. And shining that light just when you thought the darkness was too much for you.
Good one, Universe! Very funny!
Here’s one thing that always turns out to be true though: the stairs are better than the elevator. Make a decision, make your move, get stronger and get ready for the miracle that’s been inside you all along anyway.
Why? Because just as a drop of water is a part of the ocean, it is simultaneously the entire ocean. Always has been, always will be. A seed is part of the crop and it is simultaneously all the food and all the flowers in the world. Always has been, always will be.
And you …
God speed, fellow travelers. We’ve been home all along.