Embracing the Mystery

I don’t remember when I first heard the phrase, embrace the mystery.  I just know that I was not sure what it meant, but it definitely made an impression on my mind.

Now I see it as acceptance of whatever comes my way, without fear and as a result without trying so hard to control what happens.  I used to be so afraid of ending up in a wheelchair.  I quit smoking, did a daily workout with free weights, and worked as many hours as possible to have money in the bank and a decent disability check.  I am fortunate in that my physical decline has been very slow.  I did not purchase a wheelchair until 20 years after I bought my first cane – a walking stick for hiking, from L.L. Bean!    I remember feeling frightened when I could no longer lift weights without pulling a muscle in my back.

It took me a few months after applying for disability to realize that everything was going to be OK.  I need not have worried all those years.  My fear ended up being a powerful motivator, but now that I am no longer afraid, I feel as if a whole new world of creativity and spirituality has opened up to me.

It’s like when you plant a seed and then let it grow.  You make sure it is fertilized and watered, but the actual growth is out of your control.

I take care of my body by eating a balanced diet with plenty of fiber, rest when my body gets tired, and leave the rest to be as it is.  Embracing the mystery was a step towards giving up control.

I must say, I am now the happiest I have ever been.  I let go of my fears and embraced the mystery of my future, and of life.


About Elizabeth

Elizabeth is a powerful light worker, intuitive medium, and coach. She lives with the daily challenge of muscular dystrophy and shares the wisdom she receives from the Divine Source of all that is, bringing joy to the lives of others.
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