“Flow with whatever may happen and let your mind be free:

Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate.”

Chuang

 

The ancient wisdom of Chuang is simple. We understand that simple does not necessarily mean easy. However, when we master this level of flow, we can maintain peace and confidence no matter what comes our way.

Mastering Flow

Flow is the action or fact of moving along in a steady, continuous stream. Of course, we understand that Divine Flow is a resonance which means it is something we are, not something we do. Allowing ourselves to move in a steady, continuous, and peaceful stream is part of our spiritual mastery.

The lower-self has its plans and its ideas of how things should be. Many, if not most, people find it difficult to allow and detach from what is versus what they want or what they envision. Getting what we want does not help us master flow. Being challenged by what we don’t want gives us the opportunity to become masters.

In the photo above of Calf Creek Falls, the water plummeting from the cliff is not concerned about where or how it will land in the pool below. The water understands the experience is part of the journey–it relaxes and is not attached to the outcome. I think it enjoys the ride.

Lessons That Help Us

Ask your soul to help you make a list of the challenges created to help you master flow. They might be family situations, issues at your job, issues at school, or any number of large or small issues to help you learn to let go. Then, ask your soul what you need to understand, what you need to do, and what you need to master in each situation.

Mastering flow means holding that resonance and allowing it to happen, not trying to make it happen. While consciously practicing letting go and allowing flow, work with the following resonances in your meditation and healing practices:

  • Divine Order
  • Flow
  • Hope (knowing that all will be as it should be in the end)
  • Allowing
  • Detachment
  • Trust
  • Surrender
  • Peace

Remember to “flow with whatever may happen and let your mind be free: Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate.”

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