This is what happens when the natural progression of winning is ignored. There’s always a deadline to fight for. If events can’t happen for the right reason, make it happen for the wrong one. Force it. Worry about when things are supposed to happen. Fear creeps in. You’re crossing that big four o. You’re beyond that age for success. Natural progression is about movement when the time is right, so why are you stuck there?
One Step At A Time
I remember being so impatient for my desires to happen I wanted them NOW. I didn’t care how they came. In fact I didn’t care to alter my course of action at all. Impatience led me to declare what I had already done was always enough. The events MUST fall into place and everything will be nice and peachy. I didn’t ignore the reactions that came from my actions. I responded in anger and disappointment. Invariably, I lose.
Like an amateur, I didn’t see the pitfalls that kept opening up in front of me. I usually fell into them. I didn’t want to see. One day, I decided to pay attention to what the universe or nature was showing me. Yes, my dream was great, but instead of leaping, perhaps I should have simply taken a simpler path. I jumped the chasm and fell. When I learnt to walk step by step as presented to me, I climbed mountains.
Everything Has Its Place In Time
Be respectful of people. It may be a small piece of their knowledge that came from a question you asked. It may have been a part of the natural progression of your project. Answers come and go. Ask good, intentional questions about your progress and good intentional answers will return to your attention. And this is key. Your ATTENTION must be turned on. Accept answers and investigate them. Even if you found nothing amiss, you have gained more intimate knowledge about your project.
It takes time. Impatience and jumping the gun as I have explained above can lead to a severe fall and disappointment. Just like as interest accrues to the depositor with time, so does projects put into place takes time to work its way to the way you want it. It might be that the events transpire to put in place a different route for you to take in order to achieve that particular way of thinking that matches.
Put another way, you plant a vine and train it to a particular support. Nature will see to it that it grows, according to your care. But nature will make it happen. However, it still takes some time to grow into the desired shape.
And in this vine analogy, I can tell you that love, care and fine tuning your actions with the desired thoughts is most certainly profitable. When in the know that natural progression works for ME, there is no need for impatience. It’s a strange feeling that you know things are working in your favour but can’t really see it all yet. In truth, I always feel like jumping up and down when it happens.
Restrain from harvesting too soon. How can you tell? It feels like you’re hurting the project. The grapes will be sour. Just like the interest earned will be under-valued. A little patience, trust in natural progression and you will come out the winner.