Balancing Act

Posted by Maria Certo on Friday, August 29, 2014



How does one find balance?

It is a series of steps that are taken to cancel out the patterns and bring forth awareness to the soul.

When we are out of balance, the flow of energy is like a teeter tater. 

It goes up and then it goes down.

The highs and lows are at each end of the spectrum.

To bring oneself into balance, peace must enter within.

Finding peace is a process of letting go of the old and trusting that everything is exactly how it is suppose to play out.

In the Trusting comes the calmness.

The more we resist what we know to be true, we consciously push away the energy that we so long for.

The more we want something, the less chance we will get it because we are attached to the outcome.

When we surrender to the Divine Plan, we will find the balance we are seeking.

Deep inside, we know our Truths, what feels right and what doesn't.

When we act on the thing that doesn't feel right, we further walk away from our path.

Listen to your inner voice, the one that speaks Only the Truth.

Follow that Truth and give everything else over to God.

Live each day openly, willingly, faithfully, honestly, generously and lovingly.


~Buddha~



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Balancing Act

Posted by Maria Certo on Friday, August 29, 2014



How does one find balance?

It is a series of steps that are taken to cancel out the patterns and bring forth awareness to the soul.

When we are out of balance, the flow of energy is like a teeter tater. 

It goes up and then it goes down.

The highs and lows are at each end of the spectrum.

To bring oneself into balance, peace must enter within.

Finding peace is a process of letting go of the old and trusting that everything is exactly how it is suppose to play out.

In the Trusting comes the calmness.

The more we resist what we know to be true, we consciously push away the energy that we so long for.

The more we want something, the less chance we will get it because we are attached to the outcome.

When we surrender to the Divine Plan, we will find the balance we are seeking.

Deep inside, we know our Truths, what feels right and what doesn't.

When we act on the thing that doesn't feel right, we further walk away from our path.

Listen to your inner voice, the one that speaks Only the Truth.

Follow that Truth and give everything else over to God.

Live each day openly, willingly, faithfully, honestly, generously and lovingly.


~Buddha~



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Balancing Act

Posted by Maria Certo on Friday, August 29, 2014



How does one find balance?

It is a series of steps that are taken to cancel out the patterns and bring forth awareness to the soul.

When we are out of balance, the flow of energy is like a teeter tater. 

It goes up and then it goes down.

The highs and lows are at each end of the spectrum.

To bring oneself into balance, peace must enter within.

Finding peace is a process of letting go of the old and trusting that everything is exactly how it is suppose to play out.

In the Trusting comes the calmness.

The more we resist what we know to be true, we consciously push away the energy that we so long for.

The more we want something, the less chance we will get it because we are attached to the outcome.

When we surrender to the Divine Plan, we will find the balance we are seeking.

Deep inside, we know our Truths, what feels right and what doesn't.

When we act on the thing that doesn't feel right, we further walk away from our path.

Listen to your inner voice, the one that speaks Only the Truth.

Follow that Truth and give everything else over to God.

Live each day openly, willingly, faithfully, honestly, generously and lovingly.


~Buddha~



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