How To Trust The Universe Law Of Attraction?
- Marvin Harvey
1- Make Sure You’re In Alignment – The very first step to trusting the universe to deliver your manifestations is going to be to make sure you’re in alignment with universal energy and your life purpose. Compare it to giving a big presentation, kinda. Imagine in one scenario when you’re fully prepared.
You’ve rehearsed your performance over and over. You really know your stuff! You’ll probably feel super-confident that you will nail your presentation and don’t worry much about it, right? Well, imagine, on the other hand, if you wait until the night before your presentation to even think about what you’re going to say or do.
Of course, you’ll go into it nervous, jittery, and not very confident or trusting that you can do a good job. It’s the same with trusting the universe. In the scenario where you’ve prepped and you know what you’re doing, you’re in full alignment with your purpose.
You intend to follow the path you’ve laid out, and you know you’re on track so you trust the process! In the second scenario, you’re out of alignment, have no idea where you’re headed, and you feel antsy. If you really want to trust the universe, you need to get into alignment. But how? Lucky for you, there’s an easy solution that not only takes just a few minutes, but it’s 100% free! Get your numerology reading! Your numerology reading will give you critical information about your past, your present, and your future.
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What is trusting the universe?
Prior to moving from San Francisco to Taos, New Mexico in the 1990s, where I lived for several years, I’d been a freelance writer for magazines and newspapers for a decade. But as soon as I ensconced myself in the desert, work inexplicably dried up. Assignments drained away, editors stopped returning my query letters, my freelance career unraveled, and I ended up on food stamps.
- However, throughout it all I also kept hearing a still small voice telling me that there was something afoot, something I wouldn’t understand for a while; that this was happening for a reason that reason couldn’t fathom.
- In my head, and from a handful of friends, I kept hearing the refrain to “trust the universe,” a spiritual cliché that on one hand triggered my intellectual gag-reflex, but on the other hand has a noble lineage (let go and let God, trust the process, have faith, don’t push the river, thy will be done).
Flash-forward 25 years. Since the pandemic began, I’ve been hearing that “trust the universe” refrain in my head once again. But what exactly does “trusting the universe” mean? And is it a skill you can build? An interviewer once reportedly asked Albert Einstein, “Of all the questions you’ve posed into the mysteries of the universe, what do you think is the most important question to ask?” And Albert Einstein said: “Is the universe a friendly place or not?” How you answer that question is going to impact how your life unfolds, how you respond to and interpret what happens to you, and how likely you are to allow yourself a trust-fall into the arms of the universe.
If you say you trust the universe, it would undoubtedly help, for starters, to clarify what aspect of the universe it is that you trust? Do you trust its benevolence, the feeling that you’re somehow looked after? Or trust that it’s filled with endless possibilities? Or is it your own resilience you trust, faith in your ability to choose how you’re going to respond to whatever the universe hands you—which is probably the only kind of trust that everyone is capable of.
That is, not everyone can trust the universe’s benevolence. The notion that the universe “has your back” is easier to accept when luck has favored you with a loving family, a good education, health, a regular income, and a favorable race and sexual orientation,
- But it’s a much tougher sell for someone whose ration of luck involved being born into poverty, a war zone, a religion that features a punishing god, or who’s living a paycheck away from homelessness, or in a refugee camp because their government declared war on their kind.
- One is likely to make you feel paranoia (the belief that the universe is conspiring against you) and the other pronoia (the belief that it’s conspiring in your favor).
One thing I myself have come to trust about the universe is the repeating pattern of setbacks opening me up to breakthroughs. What initially feels like a failure often turns out to be an opportunity. And most of us have at least a few of these “falling up” experiences in our timeline.
The definition of trusting something is believing in its reliability, so there’s a catch here: The universe is certainly reliable (sun comes up, sun goes down, gravity works, etc.). But the universe is also reliably un predictable (chaos theory, Murphy’s law, entropy, the famous shit that happens). So saying that you trust the universe means trusting it to be itself, which includes chaos and randomness, forces which clearly operate on affairs down here on the home planet, and in your own individual life.
This requires a skill I once heard someone describe as “heroism redefined for the modern age,” which is the ability to tolerate paradox. To hold two seemingly contrary ideas or impulses or beliefs inside you at the same time and still hang on to your cookies (for example, faith and fear, power and vulnerability, us and them, reliable and unreliable).
And paradox requires that you bring opposites together to talk to one another. So trusting the universe might ultimately be a matter of staying in conversation with it, of being in correspondence with it. And there are lots of ways of doing that: dialoguing with the dragons in your life, asking for dream guidance, journaling, meditation, listening to your body, honoring intuitions and synchronicities, spending time in nature.
One of my responses to the pandemic, for instance, and the financial anxiety it brought on, was to change my morning routine to include an act of trust rather than just an abstract notion of it: I began playing the piano for 15-20 minutes before heading into the office, to demonstrate to myself that I could “afford” the time to do that.
In fact, one of the diagnostics I now use to know that I’m “trusting the universe” is when I make counter-intuitive decisions: When I respond to fear with, say, surrender rather than striving, or choose passion instead of security, or allow things to happen rather than trying to make them happen ( make money, make ends meet, make headway, make a difference).
It’s also easier to trust the universe when you’re doing your part. Not just being patient, faithful, and waiting for the universe to deliver, but being actively patient, as in “God helps those who help themselves,” “Trust in Allah but tie your camel,” and “Luck favors the prepared mind.” Besides, the origin of the word “wait” is to watch, so waiting isn’t just idling, but being attentive—a critical conversational skill.
- In other words, the universe needs to trust you as much as you need to trust it.
- If by friendly we mean favorably disposed toward us (the dictionary definition), then clearly the universe is friendly and disposed toward our general welfare.
- After all, it created us.
- Furthermore, since we’re capable of love, kindness, and empathy —as are many other creatures—it could reasonably be claimed that the universe is also possessed of these qualities.
But it’s one thing to say the universe has a heart, and another to feel it and believe it. To believe that even in your darkest hour, life is still and ultimately good, beautiful, and generous. That even when the bottom falls out, the universe still provides you with earth to land on, air to breathe, people to commiserate with, and a mind that can imagine better days.
- Belief that ultimately life supports growth.
- Also, given that we’re each a piece of the universe—it’s not just outside of us—we might ask whether we’re favorably disposed to our own selves? Do you trust yourself ? Do you treat yourself with compassion or judgment? If your internal organs could speak, or that spiritual organ we call a soul, or the roughly 40 trillion individual bacterial beings inside us with whom we coevolved, would they say that you yourself—the universe in which they go about their business—are a friendly place or not? Would they trust your essential goodness and amicability, your support of and empathy for them? Ultimately, trusting the universe is less a practical or even psychological enterprise than a spiritual one.
It isn’t necessarily about strategizing, creating affirmations, or behavior mod. It’s more likely about sitting respectfully with things as they are, letting yourself feel what you feel without even needing to understand it, and a certain forbearance for mystery, not only in the universe but in your own life.
And since spiritual practice is, I believe, largely the work of creating a connection with whatever is greater than yourself (whether God, community, the natural world, or your own potential), these practices are also likely to aid your connection and conversation with “the universe,” and help you strike up a mutually friendly rapport.
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How do I ask the universe to help me?
How do we ask for guidance from the universe? – First, get SUPER clear on what it is you’re asking. If you’re uncertain, the guidance will be unclear. Show action and do research around it, as if you are proving your capability to a trusted adviser. Then, speak clearly and directly to the universe: “I am asking for guidance about _ because it will help me _.” It helps if you write it down, and revisit your intention daily.
How do I connect with Universe?
Maintain a positive outlook. The universe responds to our thoughts and feelings. When we are vibrating in a positive place, our vibration is raised high enough to connect to the powerful energy of the universe. When we are in this space, we are in alignment with the flow of the universe, and we feel unstoppable.
How do you know if the universe wants to be with you?
You Keep Running Into The Same Person Over & Over Again – RealPeopleGroup/E+/Getty Images If you keep running into the same over person and over again, or your family and friends keep bringing them up in conversation, pay attention. The same goes for seeing their name in random places, or constantly hearing that one song that reminds you of them.
These all may be soulmate signs from the universe. “People don’t just show up in a lot of places you do by mere accident,” Davida Rappaport, psychic and spiritual counselor. “There is a reason!” Plus, if you do run into someone in places you frequently go to, you already have some things in common. If that’s the case, don’t be afraid to go up to them and start a conversation.
This may be someone you should get to know.
Does the universe talk to us?
10. Objects – The universe can communicate with you through objects such as when you find something you’ve been looking for, when objects fall off shelves or out of cabinets, or when you come across an object that triggers something from the past, supports a new idea you have, or acts as an answer to a question.
- For example, someone gives you a book on financial freedom just as you decide to get out of debt.
- Or you’re taking a walk in nature and you see a random baby toy on the ground.
- Or you find a picture of your sister who you haven’t talked to for years.
- Or a random book falls off of a bookshelf at the bookstore.
These are all ways that Spirit is trying to tell you something, it’s up to you to figure out what.
What do you say when thanking the universe?
Daily Gratitude Affirmations to Give Thanks: –
- I am grateful for my beautiful life.
- I am thankful I am here now and not in any other place or time.
- I am blessed to be alive today!
- I appreciate this day, with all its abundance of opportunities and experiences.
- I am thankful to the Universe for always showing me the way.
- I am Grateful. Grateful to the Universe
Say over again until you feel it in your body so that you know how gratitude truly feels!
How do I ask the universe for signs?
How to ask for a sign from the Universe – Asking for a sign means that you’re willing to collaborate with the Universe. It means that you’re committed to releasing structure and control to instead be led by a power greater than you. If you don’t get your sign, that’s a sign too! Asking for clear guidance is an exercise in receiving good, orderly direction that is unrelated to what you think is right.
- Remember and trust that the Universe has a better plan than you do.
- You can ask for a sign to guide you toward anything you desire.
- If you’re unsure about a decision or you simply want to know you’re on the right track, ask for a sign.
- And don’t get hung up about what your sign should be.
- Just choose the first thing that comes to your mind.
Maybe you think of an animal, a song or a book title. Often people receive signs as numbers in sequence like 1111 or 444. Or maybe your sign is a song, a fragrance or a name. Just let whatever comes to your mind become your sign. Allow it to come to you naturally and commit to what you hear.
- Once you ask for your sign, the next step is crucial.
- You must turn over your desire to the Universe with a prayer.
- Say this prayer: “Thank you, Universe, for offering me clarity.
- Show me my sign if I’m moving in the right direction.” Then be patient.
- For more guidance, in this episode of Dear Gabby I share more insights on how to let go of control and open up the possibilities to receive your sign.
Plus, I reveal quick, actionable practices that will help you feel grounded even if everything around you feels out of control.
What is the power of universe?
We are in a moment when we have to find a way to activate these deep cosmological powers so we can enter into a richer and deeper relationship with the universe. ~Brian Swimme~ We humans have brought ourselves to a fascinating and challenging point. By our numbers and our choices, particularly in the last 200 years, we’ve grown into an equivalent of the geological forces that have shaped our planet over its 4.5 billion year life.
- Our effect on the thin layer of atmosphere blanketing the earth means that we are potentially altering the ability of every living thing to prosper, or even exist.
- Our use of resources — forests, water, air, minerals, soil — is far outstripping the earth’s ability to replenish them.
- Millions of people worldwide are grappling with these challenges, which represent not just things to do but require new ways to think.
Now that we have become this force, where do we look for inspiration on how to act in our new role? To the universe itself, suggests cosmologist Brian Swimme amplifying the thinking of Thomas Berry, with whom he collaborated for many years. In 2005 Brian recorded a series of talks on the powers of the universe, the modes the cosmos itself operates by.
- These are the processes that gave birth to everything, including us.
- He chose eleven of them: seamlessness, centration, allurement, emergence, homeostasis, cataclysm, synergy, transmutation, transformation, interrelatedness, and radiance.
- I have been slowly exploring these powers to see what our oldest teacher can tell us about moving toward the just, nurturing, and sustainable world we all desire.
The power of radiance Centration: the universe and the doughnut The patient genius of transmutation The power of allurement, the mystery of beauty Becoming: the power of emergence Weathering the storm: the power of cataclysm It couldn’t be clearer: the power of interrelatedness Metamorphosis: the power of transformation Staying power: the complexities of homeostasis Born to relate: the power of synergy
Can you believe in God and the universe at the same time?
Pantheism is the belief that reality, the universe and the cosmos are identical with divinity and a supreme supernatural being or entity, pointing to the universe as being an immanent creator deity still expanding and creating, which has existed since the beginning of time, or that all things compose an all-encompassing, immanent god or goddess and regards the universe as a manifestation of a deity.
- This includes all astronomical objects being viewed as part of a sole deity.
- The worship of all gods of every religion is another definition but is more precisely termed Omnism,
- Pantheist belief does not recognize a distinct personal god, anthropomorphic or otherwise, but instead characterizes a broad range of doctrines differing in forms of relationships between reality and divinity.
Pantheistic concepts date back thousands of years, and pantheistic elements have been identified in various religious traditions. The term pantheism was coined by mathematician Joseph Raphson in 1697 and has since been used to describe the beliefs of a variety of people and organizations.
How does the universe align you with someone?
There’s Synchronicity And Energetic Flow – When the universe wants you to be with someone, there will be synchronicity and energetic flow. You’ll meet someone who fulfills the characteristics of your ideal partner. Your values will align, your energies will be balanced, and there will still be a lot of space for growth.