Saturday, March 23, 2013

The only trust you need

Today we wish to speak to you about trust. Trust, dear ones, is not something to be given blindly to others, but rather belongs to God. Do you trust that God loves you?

If you did, then you would never have to worry about whether or not you could trust others. You would instead, trust yourselves. You would trust the still small voice within you. You would trust the sensations in your physical body that say, "This agrees with me," or "This does not." You would trust that others are doing the best they can, but you would also know what behaviors and feelings support your well-being and which ones you can lovingly move away from.

We hear so many of you saying, "I don't trust anybody," or "That's my problem, I am too trusting," when in reality dear ones, God does not ask you to trust in anything other than the goodness that is within all things and the truth that is within your own hearts, minds, bodies, and souls at any given moment in time.

Let us consider a practical example. You want to enter into some sort of agreement with someone. Everyone else tells you how wonderful this individual is. Your gut feels queasy and uncomfortable. Every time you think of the proposition you get a headache or feel tired. Who do you trust here? The potential partner? The others who have raved about him or her? Or are you going to trust the God given truth within you that says, "Perhaps this arrangement is not so good for me after all." You need no justification, no reasons, no explanation. You need only trust your own feelings dear ones, to know what is right for you.

Likewise, suppose everyone around you says, "You can't make a living doing this business you like. How are you going to support yourself?" Yet in spite of these warnings, your heart sings when you think of doing what you love. You receive signs, guidance, and inspiration. Who are you gong to trust here? The fears of others, or the love within your own heart? God speaks in words of love, dear ones, even when warning you. God does not speak in terms of fear. Furthermore, can you trust that even those well meaning individuals who try to dissuade you do so, not because they want to sabotage your dreams, but because they are simply not yet in a space of trusting God themselves. They love you. They are doing their best.

If you can learn to trust that there is goodness in all things, and at the same time base your choices and actions upon trusting the signals that God has programmed within you, then you will never have to worry about whether or not you can trust others. You would blossom as surely as the wildflowers who simply need to feel the impulses from within to grow among the weeds and burst into fullness each springtime. Trust God, dear ones. Trust yourselves. The question of trusting others will no longer be relevant when you listen to the signals of the Source that wants only good for each and every one of you.

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