The Power of Acceptance

The power of acceptance is beyond any power imaginable to the mind.  In the power of acceptance I find the depths of my inner truth.  In the power of acceptance I find the depths of my despair disappearing with vast certainty.  In this power of acknowledging what is and rendering my reality to play out as it will I find power beyond belief.  In this new found understanding of human consciousness I awaken to all of life’s potential.  In this understanding of life I’m empowered to new heights.  In this new found acceptance I find peace and tranquility.  In my letting go of resistance I find the keys to my soul.  In the acceptance of what is I find my true power.  I am empowered in this simple act of least resistance.  In the sheer act of acceptance or my lack of resistance rises the Buddha in me.  The Sufi in me is awakened as I flow with the rhythmic consciousness of omni-presence residing and abounding within me.  In the acceptance of this karma I’m a step closer to the understanding of my dharma.  In this acceptance of what is I’m able to let go of what is not.  In this total acceptance of what is I’m able to allow universal flow.  In the power I find through acceptance I’m awakening to a greater awareness.  In the power of acceptance I’m free to be free.  In the power of acceptance I’m living fully in the knowing of what is.  In the power of acceptance I’m living and not resisting.  In the power of acceptance I’m learning and not unlearning the karmas of my past.  In this power I awaken to a higher state of consciousness that will only take me even higher.  In this power of acceptance I’m here in the now.  In this power of acceptance I elude nothing.  In the power of acceptance I’m truly alive.  In this power of acceptance I’ve made it impossible to not thrive.  In the power of acceptance I’m at one with earthly projection.  In this power of acceptance I’m transformed and transcend.  In this power of acceptance I float like a butterfly on the wings of the sky.February 5, 2017

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Sue Dhillon is an Indian American writer, journalist, and trainer.

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