Rev. Ginger shares a creative process we can learn to allow our highest good to manifest.
In a true emergency, the mind stops; you become totally present in the Now, and something infinitely more powerful takes over. (Eckhart Tolle)
It is our human nature to seek comfort, but growth, change and real joy may require step out of our comfort zone.
The act of surrendering and letting go is the only way to be in the present moment.
The path of releasing and surrendering to God is simple yet difficult, as we tend to cling to the trauma of the world, though it is ultimately illusory in nature.
Letting go requires us to first release of our old training to ‘get’ and ‘keep’.
When we experience anxiety and fear, we can I embrace our inner strengths from God and transform fear into power.
We can release memories of the past knowing that God’s will of good is paramount to all other concerns.