There are days in which the world seems to shift and days in which you seem to shift in spite of the world. There are times of great fog and confusion and then days when all of it suddenly becomes clear.
There are days when you feel as if you are reborn, even though you do not know exactly what this rebirth means. There are days you can suddenly feel the future come barreling toward you, full tilt, even though you are not certain what it holds.
There are days you feel that you can project your dreams out onto the world and days when you know you must simply surrender to what is and what is coming, let it be and hang on for the ride.
And all of this is good and all of this is your life. Embrace it all in joy. Embrace it all in gratitude, for being so alive and being so open to what is abounding in the world of grace and energy.
Know that there are many flows and that from time to time you may find yourself riding one. Ah, and what a ride it is! You may also slip off and fall into a little pool of confusion, but this will end and you will find your direction again.
Just look upon it all as the fun of mystery and adventure. Understand that it is this not-knowing that makes life fun. After all, would you really want to live a life where you knew everything that was about to happen, where you awakened in the morning with a plan laid out from which there could be no variation? Does that sound like fun?
Instead, awaken and feel the new day dawning within your heart. Go deep and pull out the joy that lives right underneath the peace and calm of your center. Laugh with joy that you do not know exactly what will happen, that there may be surprises around every bend. Allow yourself to set aside your plans and just be, be in the great unknowing, the mystery that is unfolding all around you in every moment, that likes to drop hints but never fully reveals herself until the moment of her opening and blossoming.
This is the joyous, wondrous way of it. Give thanks!
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