Has anyone ever told you to "trust the process" ?
I used to have a boss who used that phrase so often. Even though at the time I kind of believed it to be the smoke and mirrors that is bureaucracy in a company, over time, I found myself reflecting on that phrase very often. Intuitively it means have faith. Not just a little bit of faith, but full blown faith. Know that YOU WILL NEVER KNOW THE FUTURE, so you might as well just BE and trust what life has to bring you; trust your journey.
Now, what happens when you've allowed time to pass in order to heal a wound or overcome a fear? Do you ever find yourself saying, "I'm almost there, but I don't feel ready yet"? I can recall two instances that happened for me: starting BE! and being open to dating. I know I'm not alone in this sentiment.
When there's something you care about so much, like your heart or your future, you might get to a point in which you go to extra lengths to be cautious . This cautiousness can make you weary of moving foreword and exploring new beginnings.
If you've lost a loved one, whether by passing on to the other side or the ending of a relationship, at some point you must Trust the Process and move on. Move on by living your life and flowing in faith.
One major lesson I've learned from Heartbreak is TRUST. Can you believe that? In my past relationships, the honesty was broken, but each time I learned to trust more. Not necessarily trust in my future partner, but learning to TRUST Myself and now, learning that what is meant for me, will come to me effortlessly. See if you trust yourself, you can make decisions based off your intuitive guide. When your spirit says yes or no, you will follow suit.
After my last relationship completed itself, I constantly persuaded myself to take time and heal. As I went through all the motions I did, I could really feel my spirit becoming whole again, until I got to a point a couple of months ago in which a friend suggested I date. I said, "I'm almost there, but I'm not ready yet." Constantly reflecting, I realized that the "readiness" I was waiting for, would only come through trusting myself and God. Trusting the Process.
Whatever the process is, trust it. Trust timing. Trust opportunity. Trust transformation.
By: Tiffany Wright