Trust

Posted by Maria Certo on Friday, July 30, 2010

Trust is something we learn through life's trials and challenges.

Trust is difficult to embody.

We all have had our hearts broken by someone, whether it be by a friend, a family
member, a co-worker, or a partner.

When a trust no longer exists, feelings of betrayal run through the mind and penetrate into the cells of the body.

Afterward, we are shocked, hurt, sad, angry, and disappointed.

As we carry these negative emotions with us, we lose precious energy for life's greatest pleasures.

We begin to question others intentions and our own instincts.

We block ourselves from forming new relationships with others because we are bruised emotionally.

We need to start with the notion that if we are going to be non-trusting of others, how is it then, will we ever
get back to love and living?

We cannot allow ourselves to get caught in this tangled web of mistrust because someone did not
honor our inner beauty.

The pain originated in the person who initially broke the trust.

As this awareness enters into our consciousness, our pain begins to subside and we realize that
we never truly were broken.

Even though our hearts were shattered into a zillion pieces, our core wholeness remained in place.

We need to gather all of the pieces of our shattered self, bit by bit, and put our emotions back together.

To trust again, forgiveness and compassion have to take place.

We need to understand that when others are in pain, they are incapable of forming a healthy, trusting relationship.

We must believe within the depths of our soul that what has been shown to us through the pain, is a
blessing waiting to happen.

Once we forgive, we will begin to live each moment with love and trust.

Trust is knowing deep inside that God is taking care of every detail in our life.
 All we have to do is listen to our hearts and follow what we know to be true.







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Trust

Posted by Maria Certo on Friday, July 30, 2010

Trust is something we learn through life's trials and challenges.

Trust is difficult to embody.

We all have had our hearts broken by someone, whether it be by a friend, a family
member, a co-worker, or a partner.

When a trust no longer exists, feelings of betrayal run through the mind and penetrate into the cells of the body.

Afterward, we are shocked, hurt, sad, angry, and disappointed.

As we carry these negative emotions with us, we lose precious energy for life's greatest pleasures.

We begin to question others intentions and our own instincts.

We block ourselves from forming new relationships with others because we are bruised emotionally.

We need to start with the notion that if we are going to be non-trusting of others, how is it then, will we ever
get back to love and living?

We cannot allow ourselves to get caught in this tangled web of mistrust because someone did not
honor our inner beauty.

The pain originated in the person who initially broke the trust.

As this awareness enters into our consciousness, our pain begins to subside and we realize that
we never truly were broken.

Even though our hearts were shattered into a zillion pieces, our core wholeness remained in place.

We need to gather all of the pieces of our shattered self, bit by bit, and put our emotions back together.

To trust again, forgiveness and compassion have to take place.

We need to understand that when others are in pain, they are incapable of forming a healthy, trusting relationship.

We must believe within the depths of our soul that what has been shown to us through the pain, is a
blessing waiting to happen.

Once we forgive, we will begin to live each moment with love and trust.

Trust is knowing deep inside that God is taking care of every detail in our life.
 All we have to do is listen to our hearts and follow what we know to be true.







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Trust

Posted by Maria Certo on Friday, July 30, 2010

Trust is something we learn through life's trials and challenges.

Trust is difficult to embody.

We all have had our hearts broken by someone, whether it be by a friend, a family
member, a co-worker, or a partner.

When a trust no longer exists, feelings of betrayal run through the mind and penetrate into the cells of the body.

Afterward, we are shocked, hurt, sad, angry, and disappointed.

As we carry these negative emotions with us, we lose precious energy for life's greatest pleasures.

We begin to question others intentions and our own instincts.

We block ourselves from forming new relationships with others because we are bruised emotionally.

We need to start with the notion that if we are going to be non-trusting of others, how is it then, will we ever
get back to love and living?

We cannot allow ourselves to get caught in this tangled web of mistrust because someone did not
honor our inner beauty.

The pain originated in the person who initially broke the trust.

As this awareness enters into our consciousness, our pain begins to subside and we realize that
we never truly were broken.

Even though our hearts were shattered into a zillion pieces, our core wholeness remained in place.

We need to gather all of the pieces of our shattered self, bit by bit, and put our emotions back together.

To trust again, forgiveness and compassion have to take place.

We need to understand that when others are in pain, they are incapable of forming a healthy, trusting relationship.

We must believe within the depths of our soul that what has been shown to us through the pain, is a
blessing waiting to happen.

Once we forgive, we will begin to live each moment with love and trust.

Trust is knowing deep inside that God is taking care of every detail in our life.
 All we have to do is listen to our hearts and follow what we know to be true.







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