The best advice you can ever receive about anything in your life doesn’t come from other people. It comes from God’s Presence within you. Are you receiving God’s advice? That depends on how connected you are to God’s Presence at the center of your mind. Daily meditation strengthens that connection.
Let it be! These words carry the very highest spiritual truth to live your life by. For when you “let it be” you put God in charge, and things happen the way they’re meant to happen. But when you let the ego be in charge, it will decide what it thinks “should” happen and will try to force it.
How do you know if it is God’s Will working in your life, or your personal ego’s will? When it is God’s Will it will be for the greater good of all—not just you. And when it is God’s Will it will take place naturally, comfortably, and without force or manipulation—as if it was simply meant to be.
You might say that you are anything but perfect, and perfection is beyond your reach. But that is your limited ego speaking. The truth is that your Real Self—which is one with God’s Presence—is already perfect, and you have the potential manifest that inner perfection and greatly improve your life.
Are you ready for a better life? Really ready? If you really want a change for the better, you must let go of the false sense of personal ego identity that has kept your life from improving, and allow God’s Presence to take over and intuitively guide you to a life that is more fulfilling.
You have a choice of two timetables. If you choose the ego’s timetable, you will either act on an opportunity, or—due to fear—you will not. But if you meditate daily on God’s Presence within you, you can choose God’s timetable, which will always tell you when the time is right for you to act on an opportunity that is presenting itself.
There’s a part of you that knows everything—the Presence of God at the center of your mind. And there’s a part of you that knows very little—the personal ego. Which are you depending on to maximize your potentials? Even your ego must concede that the All-knowing Presence of God is what you should be depending on.