“To have balance and stability, you have to exercise control over every area of your life. This may not be possible as yet, but you can move toward self-realization bit by bit. This you are not going to let life tow you around. You will develop the power to say “no” to situations that are not part of your overall intention for yourself. You are the general of your army, making choices that constantly move you forward, towards that higher energy you seek.
It also means you have the right to be satisfied with what you have and with what you are right now. Otherwise, you’ll never reach a point where you are satisfied. You have to be happy with your lot right now. Just because your ego/personality may have sold you on an alternative program, it doesn’t mean that you can’t settle within the one you have now. There must be lessons to learn here and now. If those lessons are not learned, if you do not accept what you have created for yourself, your energy does not move forward. By resisting, by not adapting to change, you stagnate.”
Stuart Wilde, in “Life Was Never Meant to be a Struggle”
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