In God We Trust
It is as if you are letting go of what you think, feel, or know should happen and expecting the best from the person and knowing that life will simply flow.
Many people have found trust difficult to learn and experience when situations and people in the past let them down and basically broken rules they held about the world. This may have contributed towards deflating the heart and squeezing trust out with it.
We naturally guard the heart from experiences of events and even relationships with others that may seem slightly risky or unusual. This can prevent us from having valuable opportunities of love.
Trust, like truth, is an attribute of love, and can flow either from love or towards it.
This connection to love is the same as being connected to God. Therefore, the bliss people feel when together in a relationship founded on trust is one where the spirit of love is at the centre.
When we allow the heart to flow with trust our Love is authentic, unrestrained, and free.
Trust requires us to have a connection with our own inner wisdom inspired by God’s spirit.
If this connection is not there then the mind will automatically do the job of the heart.
It will look to the five senses to check if the situation follows the rules it has learnt. Because the mind relies on the five senses to make its decisions and understandings, that can block the passage to the heart and prevent trust, spirituality, and love becoming the centre of our lives.
Those qualities are not developed or grown from intellect and logic—they are our mechanisms for physical world interpretations—it is really born in our willingness to trust the love in our hearts, which is God’s Love.
Without this trust, it is impossible to design, create, or manifest your divine destiny.
Trust is like a bridge that ultimately links up with all the possibilities of God’s spirit.