A Wise Woman Can Predict the Future
“You don’t really want to know that do you?” I asked.
“Well I do know that because he’s always late and I just don’t want to have to deal with that with my parents.”
We are extremely powerful creators. Our thoughts about what we think we know about the future have a lot of weight. That kind of knowing is almost like a spell, in the conjuring up kind of way. The future is unwritten to a large degree and when we are future projecting, we are beginning to write that script in a very tangible way. In this case, she was not only projecting what her fiance was going to do, in a negative way, but also how her parents would react in a negative way.
Sure, there might be history to support those beliefs. Also, we never really have control over anyone else’s actions. However, we do have the power and maybe even the responsibility to lay the energetic groundwork for a desired outcome. It’s not as random as we think, and when we take the time to get intentional we make the space for seeming miracles to unfold. Since the future is unwritten until we decide to start writing it, we have a choice about how to use our power, and worrying might just be an abuse of power.
The lesson here is pretty simple, and it’s one I remind myself of often. A wise woman can predict the future because she creates it. (tweetable!) In this case it’s easy to get to a place of knowing in advance that a good time was had by all at the rehearsal dinner and knowing it was an evening filled with wonderful last memories.
What does it mean for you? What is means for me is, when in doubt expect the best, and even when I’m not in doubt, expect the best anyway.
Lisa Hayes is an LOA Relationship Coach and Author of How to Escape from Relationship Hell and the Passion Plan. She is also co-founder of Good Vibe Coaching Academy, specializing in LOA Coach training.