Saturday, January 12th, 2013 Focus: I maintain an open-eyed intention to see clearly what the universe is calling for on my behalf.

As ordinary people we cannot not plan our lives, nor can we realistically refrain from placing expectations upon them in any consistent way. Our capacity to plan is a creative ability if we learn to use it as such, and if we discover how to make our expectations wide enough, they can create a space for a great range of possibilities to be expressed in our lives.

The task, therefore, is to consciously reconsider our relationship to our plans and expectations, working to cultivate a relaxed flexibility about them. With our plans and expectations floating loosely in our consciousness, we maintain an open-eyed intention to see clearly what the universe is calling for on our behalf.

We hold in awareness our own desires and known capacities, while simultaneously remaining cognizant of an element in the universe that is yet unrevealed but potentially greater than anything known to us at this point in time.

Excerpted from the article:
According To Plan? Not!
by Mariana Caplan.

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