Follow the Joy


Today’s post is all about letting go and trusting that what is ahead is what you need.  I am the first one to admit that this is very difficult.  I am a planner, an analyzer, and I definitely feel more comfortable if I know what lies ahead.  I chose this picture because it reminds me of the path we take every day, the path that leads us to our future.  If we allow things to be as intended, we will ultimately find the path to joy.  Here is what spirit has to say about “letting go.”

When you learn to let go of expectations of what will be, your life will unfold in a way that brings joy. The joy comes in knowing that you are loved and guided.  You are thought of as an individual who has something to offer the world, regardless of what others might say. Understand that we each have a purpose in the world–a reason for being. This is the key to acceptance of self. When you understand and accept that you are not here by accident and that you have something to contribute regardless of how you present in the world, you will then understand your place.

If you were to let go of all expectations of how your life should unfold and trust that you have help to guide you to your purpose, you would not feel the need to control. You would not feel the need for reassurance from anyone. You would only trust that where you are going is just as it was intended. You would listen to your inner self. You would follow the joy. You would be at peace no matter what is going on around you. This is the ticket to letting go. This is the way to true happiness.

Being yourself and trusting the unseen world is all that you need. The rest is self-imposed. The rest is what causes discontent. The rest means nothing in the end.

I have thought about this a lot since I channeled it. It is a good reminder that no matter what happens in our life, we can choose how we respond. We can trust ourselves and the unseen world.  We can fully accept who we are.  We can listen to our inner voice and follow the joy.

As always, please share with your friends, family, or anyone else you think might enjoy reading this (see share button below). Help me to spread light to the world!

Always Be You, Trisha

Posted by T. L. Montgomery