Nurturing doesn’t mean holding on so tight that nothing can move or fly on its own. Forcing things into place will not fill your cups with abundance. The tighter your grip, the more of what you want will seep through your fingers. It’s ok to let go. If it’s meant to be what you seek will remain and bring joy.
Stop trying to “make” things happen that aren’t supposed to be in your reality. You can’t force something to your will and expect it to want to be controlled at every turn. No one wants to be manipulated or pushed into something they don’t really want.
If it was meant to be, there would be no effort in keeping it near and allowing it to bloom and grow. The more you try to force yourself down a path that isn’t meant for you, the more you miss out on when the real thing crosses in front of you. You could focus so much on what you “want” that miss the opportunity to acquire what you really “need”.
It’s hard to live with “Let it go, if it’s meant to be it will come back to you.” But it’s harder to force yourself into believing in something only to discover it wasn’t what you needed in the first place. Sometimes we need to be alone to learn who we are and what we’re meant to do. When we focus so much energy on looking at what we think we want, we take energy away from the things that will help us move forward to what we need.
Allow the Divine Universe to bring you what you desire without effort, without fight and without struggle. When the time is right, it will arrive. Until then, go with the flow and put your time and attention to what you need to work on in the here and now. It may not be what you want. But it probably is exactly what you need.
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