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  1. Malag

    The possibility to be at peace with what is.

    10 months ago
    1. O.Christina


      10 months ago
      1. Malag

        Yes, Ose A possibility so sometimes for me there’s a relief that there’s not a lot I can do about the outcome and that life is ultimately uncertain. That can bring peace, or not. A possibility.

        10 months ago
  2. S
    Steven Crandell


    Pat McCabe (Weyakpa Nijin Win) offers this prayer as a type of vision quest. If it resonates and feels right to you, consider saying the prayer daily and/or whenever it arises in you.
    “I let go all things I think I know about surrender, so that I may be open to new possibilities.”
    When we are certain about something, anything, and we harden, even get defensive, it’s difficult to grow. When we embrace unknowing, especially in contemplative practice, we make space for the infinite (God, the Universe, however you name this deep connection). This surrender invites curiosity and learning and growth.
    Consider making it a part of your intentional practice.
    Blessings to you all and to all those you love (and all those you don’t love).

    10 months ago
  3. Hot Sauce

    Possibilities about what the future holds become infinite when I acknowledge that I really don’t know what will happen. If you had asked me 5 years ago, “Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?” I wouldn’t have predicted half of the things that are the case right now. It’s a little scary, but it’s also exciting because anything is possible!

    10 months ago
  4. Elle

    When I am open to the unknown [rather than] being afraid of it, A LOT OF THE TIME…..I am surprised- in a good way. Also elated that I said, “yes”, to not knowing so I can be true to myself, not what was scripted into me by past negatives.

    10 months ago
  5. Don Jones

    It clears a space for the Truth to emerge.

    10 months ago
  6. KC

    the possibilities are endless…

    10 months ago
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    Dave Ritchie

    A peacefulness that allows me to know/remember that it will be okay, even though I don’t know what will happen next. I have just given my work notice that I will be retiring soon, and this is both exciting and scary in not knowing what is coming.

    10 months ago
  8. M

    Acknowledging that I don’t know what will happen let’s me rest in the now and invites me to trust that whatever is necessary for the future will be made known when it is needed. In other words if I don’t know it –
    I don’t have to know. Tomorrow will solve for itself in infinite possibilities.

    10 months ago
  9. John

    I am ready to be surprised…usually with unexpected joy and confidence. I will not have wasted my energy on worry and fear and will be prepared simply to embrace the moment ( whatever it may be).

    10 months ago
  10. Mary Pat

    I don’t focus on the ending. I focus on the “now”. I stay more in the moment.

    10 months ago
  11. Carol

    I’ve learned that you can make plans but you can’t plan results so I bite the bullet and give it my best shot!

    10 months ago
  12. Y

    I relax and enjoy.

    10 months ago
  13. Patricia

    I let go of the illusion of control and I look mostly to just what is around me to be grateful for.

    10 months ago
  14. Laura

    The unknown is rich with possibilities. Pausing to remember that helps me stay in the moment rather than spin into a vortex of worry. In my own experience, I’ve noticed that life is much kinder than my worries.

    10 months ago
  15. sunnypatti48317

    Oh, all kinds of possibilities! New encounters, lessons, miracles, opportunities… when I acknowledge that I don’t know what will happen, I can focus on staying in the now and making my now the best it can be.

    10 months ago
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