Trusting Divinity

Trust in the voice of your divinity, your inner guide, your intuition. You will know its presence because of its warmth, its softness, the way it lingers and feels almost familiar. Intuition leaves no room for doubt, or prickliness, or any questions of validity. It simply is.

Divine guidance does not consider the limits of logic and reason, and it treats all things as wide open possibilities. Your divinity has already laid out the path before you. All you have to do is follow it.

If the voice sounds like fear, or restrictive, or heavy and cold, it is not the voice of intuition. It is your ego “protecting” you from taking a step forward. This voice will make your mission appear impossible. This type of guidance likes to keep you small, stale, and unmoving, stuck right where you are. Even if danger is present, the voice of your inner guide will never condemn, manipulate, or use force against you. Divine guidance always speaks from a place of comfort and love.

The voice of your divinity reveals your wildest dreams. It fills you with excitement and joy. It encourages you to follow your heart and let go of the rest. It whispers to you, gently guiding you to pursue your passions, to do what you love, and to share your gifts with the world. It speaks without the concern for (or even the perception of) the obstacles in your way. For your divinity, obstacles are illusions. They do not exist in reality.

Divinity brings moments of serendipity, or signs from the universe, that light your path to purpose and your reason for being. It introduces you to people and circumstances that can assist in your creations. It shows you the way to your dreams, as long as you are open to see and receive.

Trust the voice of your divinity, your inner guide, your intuition. Trust the belief that everything you have ever wanted is possible. Trust that you already have everything you need.
 

”Do as God’s voice directs. And if It asks a thing of you which seems impossible, remember Who it is that asks, and who would make denial. Then consider this; which is more likely to be right?” -A Course in Miracles
Aubrey Klein