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Devaki Sokaris

Live the life your soul wants

2:Hope is not wishful thinking

Hope is often based on what is not real. It’s not a promise of an outcome that makes us feel better. Hope works with the greater consciousness of the universes plan, so it doesn’t work with what our preconceptions are. It helps to keep us hanging in there while we accept and adjust to the changes ahead.

It’s not helpful to tell someone everything will be okay, because we do not know what they’re experiencing. The higher self has another idea about what’s okay for the lesson, but the person may not understand the outcome, so it doesn’t mean they will feel everything is ok.

Hope can often be an unrealistic view of the change wanted, rather than what is real. Some of the fears felt may be the reality of what needs to be faced in moving forward. That can be a painful process, but another path cannot be taken while staying in hope of something that is not real.

Faith can play a part in hope. However, that does not mean we ask the universe to fix our issues or problems, rather than taking responsibility for them. The universe is not responsible for what we have created. We must ask, what we can do to change our circumstances for the better.

Not trusting life can disrupt the path being put in place. We want to be kept in the loop because the unknown is uncomfortable. The lesson is to get comfortable with not ever knowing the whole truth and accepting it as a work in progress.

Even though all may not be understood, nothing is final. It is best to draw on inner strength and wisdom for comfort, and guidance in weathering the storms life dishes out.

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