Everything will be alright

A couple of weeks ago I was feeling worried about my daughter’s health and her upcoming liver transplant when I received an email from Hay House which I opened on my phone. Instead of opening an email it went straight to an audio of Wayne Dyer’s which I hadn’t heard before. It was only 10 minutes long and his voice sounded slightly different, but very definitely Wayne’s. In this audio he talked about trust and towards the end he said the same sentence over and over again, and that was, “Everything is going to be alright. Everything is being taken care of in every area of your life. Trust. -Everything is going to be alright.”

Later that day I went back to the email to listen to the audio again and I couldn’t find an audio attached. I asked other people to check it out, just in case I missed it, and according to everyone there was no email attached.

I even went so far as to email Hay House and ask, but unfortunately, only got an automatic response. I know I didn’t imagine it, and I don’t have that audio on my phone so I’m taking it as a sign from God.

Whenever I go through a tough time in life, I go back over the ten steps to see if I’m not doing something. Invariably I find there’s some little habit I’ve let slip, recently I noticed how often I complain. That tells me that I am not being congruent. So I’m back to monitoring my thoughts and words.

I also noticed I’ve been feeling resentful, so I’m monitoring that, and doing more to fill my needs. I have only been meditating once a day for a while now, so I’ve returned to twice a day. I’ve changed my values, and I am ensuring that I take 100% responsibility for my life. And I forgive daily and focus on what I’m grateful for.

I wrote my book Love the Life You Live so I would have something I could refer back to any time my life didn’t flow, and I can only say that for me these steps have been invaluable.

Whether you use my work to help you create the life you want, someone else’s, or you have your own routine, it will only work if you embody what you believe in, otherwise it’s just intellectual knowledge. I have had so many people say to me they feel like a fraud, and that happens when we pretend we are something we are not.

None of us are masters. We just have to practise ourselves what we teach and/or believe in and everything will be alright.

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