When It Really Sucks
Maybe it’s because we know we can create whatever we want, when we’ve created something we don’t like, we’ve got panties in a twist to change it.
We know we’re responsible for our reality, and we know it only takes new thoughts to shift it.
So we get a little wrapped up in getting something to be different.
But like Sara Garcia shared on a recent GVU call, “Sometimes you just have to let things suck for a while.”
That could be my favorite sentence ever for embracing the principle of non-resistance.
Because what we resist persists, so changing something we don’t want isn’t going to be very effective.
When you’re willing to let it suck, you’re flowing less resistance.
And that’s how things can evolve.
If you’re knee deep in contrast, just remember that it won’t always be like this. But while it is, see if you can just be willing to let it suck for a while.
(Thank you, Sara, for those words of wisdom.)