Patterns In Life

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If you want to know what the future holds for you, look for the patterns in your life. They are quite clear and often times leave traces of what will come next. It is part of human nature to repeat habits which give you comfort. For every situation, you go back to what has worked for you in the past. There are no real secrets in life as to what comes to pass. There is of course your fate or the destiny in which you are here, but beyond that you have the freedom to seek your fortune. It is always so curious that you have no clue as to what is to come. If it is what your heart's desires, then why not seek it with all the passion that is within you. Why ask others for what is to come. If you look closely over a course of the coming days, you will see clearly the patterns in which you live your life. If it is not what you like, then it is obvious that you need to change what is, to what you'd like the future to be. Today, reflect upon your actions. Are the outcomes a reflection of what you desired your day to be? Project what you'd like the coming week to be and change your patterns to meet your desires. Your future is in your hands, creating new patterns is not as difficult as you make it to be.

Patterns in life and business hold clues

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Meditation is not as easy as one would think... 

(This reminds me of the saying "If you do the same thing, expect the same results". I think this goes much deeper than the spontaneous responses I have to certain situations. It's more about my fears and the reactions I have to protect myself from getting hurt. That in itself is a pattern which can be destructive. Something to think about if I want to continue on the path which I was intended to follow. Seems like everything goes back to the fears. More to reflect upon and work through.)

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