God’s will, my will

 

If God’s will is what is, then my will is what happens when a thought is taken as true, and I want something else. And when that’s what is, that’s God’s will too. It’s included in God’s will.

So God’s will is equal to my will, since my will is included in God’s will.

And God’s will is not equal to my will, since my will – what happens when I take a thought as true – appears to be in opposition to what is. I tell myself how things are, and that they shouldn’t be that way.

It’s uncomfortable when my will is not equal to God’s will, so how can I invite it to shift?

I can pray let your will be done, and invite in a general shift. I can pray for my enemies, whether they are people, states, or situations. I can inquire into my thoughts – telling me what is isn’t right, find what’s more true for me, and invite in a more finely grained shift in that area.

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draft…..

– god’s will = what is
– my will = what happens when i take a thought as true (want something else, my stories of what is and what should be conflict)
– god’s will = my will, my will is god’s will, what is
– god’s will not equal to my will, appears that way when I take my thoughts as true

 

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