Patience

Posted by Maria Certo on Saturday, August 7, 2010

Patience teaches us endurance.

When we are patient with what life is handing out in the moment, an offering will be given.

These offerings may include new opportunties, mending of relationships, new friendships of love and companionship, insight, inspiration, awareness into self and freedom.

These are just a few things that will come our way as we allow our life to unfold naturally.

When we force things to go our way, we create roadblocks on our journey.

Where does impatience come from?

It is a place inside oneself where instant gratification sits.

This is where we want what we want and we want it now.

We demand to the universe to gives us everything at once but have
no interest in doing the soul work that is required to receive such gifts.

Situations will continue to present themselves until patience is endured and learned.

Patience is such a beautiful attribute to attain.

When we are patient with others, we allow them to express their hopes and challenges.

This gives them a space to grow at their own pace.

When we are patient with our soul's path, we open up to all that there is to receive.

Finding our center brings forth a calmness within that allows patience to be present.

"Let nothing disturb thee; Let nothing dismay thee; All things pass; God never changes.
Patience attains All that it strives for. He who has God Finds he lacks nothing; God alone
suffices".
~St Teresa of Avila~










 











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Patience

Posted by Maria Certo on Saturday, August 7, 2010

Patience teaches us endurance.

When we are patient with what life is handing out in the moment, an offering will be given.

These offerings may include new opportunties, mending of relationships, new friendships of love and companionship, insight, inspiration, awareness into self and freedom.

These are just a few things that will come our way as we allow our life to unfold naturally.

When we force things to go our way, we create roadblocks on our journey.

Where does impatience come from?

It is a place inside oneself where instant gratification sits.

This is where we want what we want and we want it now.

We demand to the universe to gives us everything at once but have
no interest in doing the soul work that is required to receive such gifts.

Situations will continue to present themselves until patience is endured and learned.

Patience is such a beautiful attribute to attain.

When we are patient with others, we allow them to express their hopes and challenges.

This gives them a space to grow at their own pace.

When we are patient with our soul's path, we open up to all that there is to receive.

Finding our center brings forth a calmness within that allows patience to be present.

"Let nothing disturb thee; Let nothing dismay thee; All things pass; God never changes.
Patience attains All that it strives for. He who has God Finds he lacks nothing; God alone
suffices".
~St Teresa of Avila~










 











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Patience

Posted by Maria Certo on Saturday, August 7, 2010

Patience teaches us endurance.

When we are patient with what life is handing out in the moment, an offering will be given.

These offerings may include new opportunties, mending of relationships, new friendships of love and companionship, insight, inspiration, awareness into self and freedom.

These are just a few things that will come our way as we allow our life to unfold naturally.

When we force things to go our way, we create roadblocks on our journey.

Where does impatience come from?

It is a place inside oneself where instant gratification sits.

This is where we want what we want and we want it now.

We demand to the universe to gives us everything at once but have
no interest in doing the soul work that is required to receive such gifts.

Situations will continue to present themselves until patience is endured and learned.

Patience is such a beautiful attribute to attain.

When we are patient with others, we allow them to express their hopes and challenges.

This gives them a space to grow at their own pace.

When we are patient with our soul's path, we open up to all that there is to receive.

Finding our center brings forth a calmness within that allows patience to be present.

"Let nothing disturb thee; Let nothing dismay thee; All things pass; God never changes.
Patience attains All that it strives for. He who has God Finds he lacks nothing; God alone
suffices".
~St Teresa of Avila~










 











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