Practising Patience


If only it was that easy.

Are you feeling stuck or discouraged because you’re struggling to manifest your desires? Remember this: when you practice patience, what you need will flow to you naturally. It’s not always easy to wait for the right moment or to have the courage not to be disappointed by what we encounter, but it is worth it. When we don’t get what we want, we experience emotional pain and suffering, but getting what we want eases that pain. The key is to detach ourselves from our desires and be patient. It’s about being at peace with having or not having our desires met. When we detach from our desires, we learn to co-create with the forces of life.

It’s okay to want things and desire personal growth. Self-improvement and personal growth are proportionate to what we are willing to receive. We become comfortable with paradox, ambiguity, and the unknown aspects of life. In doing so, we let go of limiting beliefs, past conditioning, and outdated paradigms to arrive at an authentic version of ourselves in line with our desires.

So I encourage you to take some time to reflect on your desires and what they would offer you. Think about who you would become by having them fulfilled and consider any personal growth that might be involved. Focus on qualities like love, appreciation, gratitude, cooperation, and goodness rather than selfish desires. With infinite patience, what you need will flow to you naturally and effortlessly. All you have to do is practice patience and detach from holding onto desires too tightly. Focus on being a conscious creator by learning how to observe your thoughts and feelings about your reality. That’s a gift worth giving yourself.

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7 Comments Add yours

    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing


  1. Write_rspace says:

    Being patient is hard even though a part of us knows it is worth it, the uncertainty that still lingers kills us.

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    1. GS says:

      Gary Clark Jr., blues musician, says it best in his album Bright Lights: “I’ll be ready when my train pulls in.”

      Patience is a beautiful and complex experience that can feel like the deepest sorrow and the greatest satisfaction in one. Patience will make you crazy until the day that everything makes sense.

      So maybe having patience can be an opportunity.

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      1. Write_rspace says:

        I completely agree

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