May 27, 2012
On Sunday, May 20th, I spoke to a gathering of people at a Methodist church in Mesquite, Texas. After my presentation, the minister of that church said that she enjoyed my talk, and appreciated the concepts I shared. One thing she noticed, though, was how different my “languaging” was. What I call “the divine flow,” she would call “grace.”
It’s true that “grace” is not a word that I commonly use, but it is certainly what I am talking about whenever I say that the divine flow is continually guiding us toward the effortless fulfillment of our heart’s desires. In addition to “refined movement”—as my dictionary defines the grace—it also means “the free and unmerited favor and blessings of The Divine.” And that is exactly what the divine flow is continually offering us. It is through the blessings of divinely inspired ideas, divinely orchestrated opportunities, and divinely directed encounters that we move toward our chosen destinations with incredible ease.
What’s more, this flow of divine favor—this grace that we receive—is unending. It is not something that occurs randomly or occasionally. It is constant. And it is not something that is doled out to some people, but not to others. It is freely offered to all. At every given moment of every given day, we are all receiving celestial assistance and support. At every given moment of every given day, each and every one of us is being divinely guided . . . including you.
But, as I frequently mention, you have a part to play in that process, because it is up to you to recognize and cooperate with that divine guidance. It is your job to identify that still, small voice that speaks to you from within, and rely on it. It is your job to identify the helpful people that have been placed in your path, and accept their assistance. It is your job to identify the divine signs that are all around you, to discern their meaning, and to take any action that may be called for.
Said another way, it is your job to make sure that you are always fully open and fully receptive to the unending flow of divine grace in your life, so you can glide gracefully down life’s stream toward the realization of your dreams.
Here’s to living life in the divine flow, my friends. Go with grace!
© 2012 by Steven Lane Taylor
Steven Lane Taylor, LLC