It’s a sticky word.
We get hung up on it.
There’s is a measure of worth in giving it away.
What is it really? And how do we heal when trust has been broken?
If you are ready to fully trust, then now is the time to find out how.
Finding the purpose of trust
Most of us think of trust as being between people in intimate relationships.
Yet trust is everywhere, it’s with our children and our business relationships, it’s even with animals.
Trust is the idea of safety.
Knowing deep inside that an entity outside of your physical person is going to be there for you, take care of you, love you and protect you.
We need to recognize what really makes us feel safe, where does trust come from?
Trust comes from your thoughts and feelings combined.
If your thoughts are out of alignment then you could easily have trust that is broken.
Why is trust important?
One of my mentors once told me that asking “why” questions will always leave you dissatisfied.
I believe there is some truth in that, and we will always question when there is no trust.
You see, trust is something we created and gave importance too.
We think we have some level of control when we trust like we have a say in how things turn out.
That’s far from the truth, we have absolutely zero control over anything except how we respond to life and even that is questionable.
Trusting in the experience
One of the five rules of mastery is “Experiencing your experience.”
This means if you are mad, be mad; if you are joyful be filled with joy.
Our society has a lot of judgments about experiencing our experience.
We make our anger bad, our highs good and we don’t trust the process and where it’s leading us.
It’s really a living hell to juggle life and try to control the outcome of everything.
Notice I’ve said “try,” because we cannot do.
Trying is like jumping off of a diving board and attempting to resist, gravity doesn’t allow you to stay in midair.
You are going down whether you want to or not.
We put resistance on the things in life that teach us what we are here to learn.
There is no choice to trust that the universe knows what’s best to help us learn our lessons.
As Abraham Hicks says, “Hang on, it will be over soon.”
So, trust the process and enjoy the ride.
Agape ❤ ,