Flow Everywhere You Are

There are times that things go south on you.

You’ve probably experienced that, even after careful planning, things don’t go as you expected.

When that happens, do you find it hard to go on with whatever you have planned to do?

This week, Marilyn shares how to be in the flow, even when things don’t go your way.

Go ahead and watch Marilyn’s video below.

Be in the flow everywhere you are.

I am not sure how this is going to turn out, because I’m here in the Denver Airport. My flight was canceled, I’m waiting to fly to Vancouver.

It actually works out much better! This week’s weekly message is about going with the flow.

Just knowing that whatever presents, is somehow going to work out in perfect divine order.

Go with the flow, acknowledge who you are, wherever you are - Marilyn

And no, I didn’t get any permission from anybody that’s walking around in the background.

So, I just want you to know that no matter what happens, no matter what presents, no matter how traumatic it may seem at that moment, things are still in that place of divine order and flow.

My flight was canceled. I got up at 4:30 in the morning, got there blah-blah-blah, flew to Denver, and here I am. I’ve set up my own office right here in this little cubicle. I’m wondering if I can get pizza ordered!

Anyway, in this life, the more you hang on to your old ideas, the more you hang on to very consciously specific things happening just the way you think they are supposed to happen. It’s going to be really frustrating for you, because they’re not going to happen that way. They’re going to happen the way that is perfect for you.

This is actually more perfect because Joeaux is on the later flight, so I get to fly with Joeaux. We can get a car together and now I don’t have to drive back from the Talawassan Inn in Vancouver, Canada to pick her up. So, now you know when this was recorded.

Go with the flow, acknowledge who you are, wherever you are, when you are, and know that everything is always perfect.

Namaste y’all,

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