Patience is required. The amorphous energy that is life, always changing, asks for your energy to be flexible in return. Accept what is. Let go of that which you cannot have and take on the life you have now. That is really all you need to do to be in alignment. The energy of life will show you where to go next.
Remain connected to the strong inner base that you have worked so hard to construct. This includes body, mind, and spirit, emotional and otherwise. Let your light shine through you, within and without, even as you ward off that which comes to interfere.
Your commitment to change and growth will not fail you as long as you stand your ground. No matter what comes to thwart your progress stay connected to care of the body and soul. This is what matters most now. Stay in alignment.
Like a tiger waiting to pounce, notice how your old worries and fears come looking for you. Notice also that they no longer really have meaning or impact now. Throw those old thoughts and feelings of depression and suppression upon the cleansing pyre of renewal. Grab that old tiger of defeat by the tail and swiftly move onward.
Remember, you are on a new journey now; you have moved on, the tiger a mere reminder of where you have been and who you once were. Continue your journey fully embodying the new you, freed of the old, eager to greet what lies before you.
Stay focused on the mission at hand. All eyes forward, intent stated and goals in sight. Upon your path of heart find all you need, knowing that everything you encounter is necessary.
A path of heart is a path of openness. Redemption will come. As you take each step receive your gifts of necessity with open heart, mind, and spirit. With focus, strength and alignment rewards will come. Receive them with open arms.
Stability requires that one stay present, attentive, aware, and ready to act. Stability requires fluidity and solidity.
In the churning waters of the river of life, keep your boat leveled and ready to turn, skillfully maneuvering, navigating through each day using all the tools and skills at hand—those learned and acquired and those intuitively grabbed onto—in order to maintain the fluidity of graceful navigation.
Stand firmly in your boat; yet even in the midst of the churning river of life be ready and relaxed enough to shift at a moment’s notice, staying in complete synch with each wave and the natural forces of the flowing river.
Stability is necessary if one is to advance with satisfaction. This is how to do the inner journey in the midst of the outer journey, meeting in stable agreement all that comes and all that must be encountered.