November 12, 2007

If it was mean't to be, it will be

Are you resisting the possibility that there may be an end to your relationship because you’re afraid of what will happen? Hanging on to something that you really need to let go of? Being worried about something that might happen is a waste of energy. The more you resist the end of the relationship, the greater your fear can become. The more your fear increases, so does the chance of your nightmare coming true (or so they say). Almost like pushing it to the edge simply by predicting it. You become threatened and hang on even more, hoping and praying that what you're thinking wont come true. This in turn can push your partner further away. The fear that is holding on to you needs to be fed in order to create more power and control in your life so you need to do the opposite of resisting. You don’t want to be perceived as needy. “What will be, will be” as my mother always said, along with “This too shall pass”. You don't have to like it, and you don't have to sit around and do nothing. You just have to be willing to accept it. Letting go is strictly a state of mind. I know your heart is involved but you need to listen to your head too. The right state of mind can remove the anxiety and fear so that you can see what is going on and what needs to be done. Sometimes diversion thru hobbies, work, sports (whatever makes you happy), will keep your mind busy and help you to separate yourself enough to deal with what’s happening a little at a time and to sort thru it all. Take it one day at a time but be real with yourself. What is the worst thing that could happen? Why have you become so dependent on someone else that the fear of being alone is controlling your life? In your heart, be willing to lose your spouse. However, in your actions, do things to create an environment where he or she will think twice about leaving, if that’s what you really want. The moment you accept the situation and are willing to lose your partner, fear loses its power. The tunnel vision disappears and you become able to interact in a way that creates a loving and livable environment. To let go of your resistance and to restore your peace of mind, be willing for your life to be however it is and however it may become. Let go of your demands and expectations for how your life should be and make peace with the way your life is. Set yourself free inside. Then take whatever action you need to make yourself happy. If you and your partner want to work things out, that’s great, if it doesn’t work out that way, know that you will survive. I believe in fate, and truly, what was meant to be will be.

1 comment:

crazy working mom said...

Yes, you're so right on this one! That is my favorite saying. Sometimes I believe things happen (or don't happen) because that is the way it was meant to be and mostly we can't change it.