Week 6 – Lose Control

Often times I find myself looking to control a situation. To affect a different outcome. To steer the situation to my direction or favor. To influence another to do what I want them to do. To control the reality I see.  Even to create the best, most popular blog ever known to man.  My “perceived” control tends to drive me.  But recently, I heard Esther Hicks say, “the speed of accuracy is the absence of resistance.”  THE SPEED OF ACCURACY IS THE ABSENCE OF RESISTANCE.  When you consider control it implies regulations against resistance.  But in the absence of resistance is accuracy.  Therefore, the more we look to control a situation, the less control we truly have because of the presence of resistance.

So in a simple way…we all look to control to deliver our desired result.  But the bottom line is, all we need to do is desire and allow.  Allow it to happen naturally.  I know that is very counterintuitive.  We have been conditioned to stand up for what we feel is right, fight if we have to for what we believe in, and dominate the space we’re in.  But perhaps we should stop looking to control the outcome.  Because the more we do, the further our desired outcome runs away from us.  For example, if you’re chasing money it runs really fast.  If you express your desire to have it, and hold your vision in alignment with your desire, it will come to you.  You will not need to chase it.  That doesn’t mean you don’t act on your desires.  It means instead of putting your desired outcomes on a deadline full of ultimatums the way we do, simply desire and allow.  When we desire and allow, we must KNOW it will be given.  The Law of Attraction is hindered and sometimes halted by resistance.  Control and resistance are two sides of the same coin.

I am a firm believer that everything happens for a reason.  There are no coincidences.  Life is one gigantic orchestra.  And God has put the Universe in place to orchestrate it all.  That’s why we are in the right place at the right time, ALL the time.  But what we have sometimes forgotten is that we are spiritually empowered by God in this world to manifest our physical desires.  Physical desires to be a successful mother or father, or successful in sports, or your career, or as an office manager, a painter or whatever pleases you.  So instead of looking to control a situation, we should simply start manifesting solutions.  Manifest your desired outcome by expressing your desire and watching the Universe put people and things in your path that align with that desire.  Everything that is physical is a manifestation of consciousness.  The beauty of this world is that we are all designed and created to be deliberate creators.  Lose the perceived control.  Desire.  Allow.  Know.  Receive.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. mvlahos22
    Feb 12, 2015 @ 00:25:15

    I agree with everything that is said in the post but believe there is more than one definition of control. If we define control as only the timing and exact manner in which a desire manifests itself, then I agree that it will create resistance and therefore be counterproductive to what you really want. BUT if you control your focus so that you can get even more precision in the asking of what you truly desire, then control works as a strong catalyst and advocate for attainment and not as a hindrance of the same. Having said that, and being a self-proclaimed ex-control freak, I understand and believe that if we try to control the how and why of the manifestations of our desires we will impede our deliberate creating that is what we are all on this wonderful journey to achieve.

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  2. Edward
    Feb 12, 2015 @ 06:08:40

    To me losing control is simply ALLOWING, or surrendering, or as Christians say ” letting go, and letting God”. I never understood that phrase as well as I do now. In other words, doing whatever you can to let life, other people, and all situations to be as they are – no matter how challenging that may be to do sometimes! …And let God do what you’ve asked be done. That is loosing control, or allowing. The strange irony is that the moment we relinquish control is the moment we actually gain true control. As we begin to focus our attention on the only true thing we CAN control – our thoughts and the way we feel – we become co-creators, and actually begin to also control/create our own new reality and life experience.

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