Fear and distrust keep us from living the life we were meant to live, and they are the greatest hurdles to seeing the truth about life - that is good, abundant, supportive, and potentially joyous. Trusting Life is a deep exploration into the mystery of who we are, why we suffer, why we don't trust life, and how to become more trusting. It offers evidence that life is trustworthy and tools for overcoming the fear and beliefs that keep us from falling in love with life.
If we persist in being involved with our egoic mind, the voice in our head, it will be difficult to discover the truth about reality—that living in reality, instead of the ego’s virtual reality, is a peaceful, safe, and joyous place and that within us is the wisdom and guidance we need to be happy and fulfilled. Being in the moment is where true happiness lies, but we won’t discover that if we’re wrapped up in the ego’s world and believing the ego’s perspective, which is one of fear and distrust. Trusting that life is good is so important because the degree to which we trust life is the degree to which we can be happy and at peace. Trusting Life will help you find that happiness and peace.
From Trusting Life:
“We will never come to trust life if we are trusting the thoughts that run through our mind because these thoughts don’t trust life. Before we can learn to trust something else, we first have to see that the voice in our head isn’t worthy of our trust. But fear is very convincing! The egoic mind keeps us believing it by scaring us. It tells us we won’t be safe if we don’t listen to it and do as it suggests: “You’ll end up on the street if you don’t take that job!” The ego assumes there’s nothing else guiding life—but there is! How can we discover this Mystery at the core of life if we continue to believe the voice in our head, which doesn’t believe in this Mystery?”
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