It’s so easy to get caught up in decision making, in our own thoughts about how good we are, or how capable we are. We are all human and this is far more common that most people would think. In fact, we often believe that we’re the only ones who feel that way.
I am learning more and more that I am always in the right place at the right time and this is bringing a sense of contentment for wherever I happen to be.
There’s a lot to be said for divine timing. It may not always seem like it, or feel like it, especially when we’re not having much fun in life but I believe that it’s all part of the plan to get us where we need to be.
What if your struggle of looking for work right now, will actually help you in the long run? Perhaps you’ll end up working to help people who are struggling to find work some day? And what if the universe has a particular role in mind for you at a particular business because you have some great insights that one particular person is going to need when you get there? What if that insight is life changing for them in the best possible way?
You may not always know what the grand plan is, but it is wise to trust in the process and know that you are always in the right place at the right time. Knowing that you are in that spot because you’re the best person for that situation at that time. Knowing this can also bring out a sense of contentment even when things are not going so well. A trust fund of sorts into the precision timing of the universe will propel you forward and upward when things are tough.
Consider your day today as a day in divine timing. Imagine that you were meant to arrive at work when you did, imagine that you were meant to cross the road at that precise moment. Imagine that all your clients cancelled because the universe has a better plan for you today. That you were meant all along to eat at that particular lace for lunch so someone could you overhear you talking and receive a sign they’ve been looking for.
I have personally received signs I’ve been looking for purely around divine timing like this – happening to catch a tram with Denise Duffield Thomas of Get Rich Lucky Bitch fame on a day where I was looking for signs around my finances, eaten at a restaurant the night before my first Reiki training where a Monk was sitting at the table next to us, happened to leave earlier than usual from a clinic because clients had cancelled only to get in the elevator with Danae of The Spell Box fame, running late for work yet at one stop along the way, when the doors of a tram opened up, there was a monk, sitting on the ground, pointing at me with a knowing smile, saluting me (my friend and I have a joke that I am the captain of my own destiny) and giving me the traditional Aussie thumbs up.
No interaction, no timing is ever a mistake, we just need to trust that there is a very good reason in the timing for everything and everyone involved. Even if those decisions are made by ourselves to shift out, to move on or move up or simply to change something, we are always in the right place at the right time.
I am always in the right place at the right time.
As always, download and save this Monday Mantra Image to your desktop or phone or print it and pin it somewhere you’ll see it. When you see it, say it. And if you know someone who would also benefit from this mantra, please share it.
PS – My favourite book, “The Five People You Meet in Heaven” by Mitch Albom illustrates my point so beautifully.