Tuesday, February 20, 2018


Questions… everyone has them. 

Sometimes questions swirl around randomly.  Other times, there are questions, which are constant. 

Which questions am I talking about, you ask?  The questions of “why?” and “when?” 

No matter where you are in your life, you have asked yourself these questions…  
 “WHY things happen as they do,” and “WHEN will things change/be different than from how they are now?” 

From the time you were a very young child first learning to speak, you asked these questions.  If you were very inquisitive, “why?” was a repetitive question.  If you were impatient, “when?” was your default. 

As you got older, these same questions took a different turn from plain curiosity, to becoming the ‘need to know.’ 

As your brain developed, you could become more resourceful, providing a self-reliance survival mode of ‘getting the answers’ at will, if you chose.  You could read books, do research and figure out the answers to the questions, even daring to venture in to the territory of “how” and “where” in addition to the “why” and “when.” 

Over time, you catalogued files of information in your brain.  Life seemed to be a series of questions and answers.  You might have felt as if you were becoming the master of knowing how to get an answer to almost every question you had.  Perhaps you even thrived upon the challenge to seek out the answers and this is what your life evolved into becoming. 

You may have seemed unstoppable as you would freestyle your way through life’s questions and nothing seemed impossible to answer.  As you got older into adulthood, you may have fallen back on your tried-and-true experience of knowing, realizing that everything happened for a reason and although you hated that cliché’ you came to accept this was so.

One day, you may have come across a time when you did not have the answers.  You were stuck, stumped, perplexed, plagued with wondering why the answers were not in your grasp anymore and you had deeper questions, which it seemed no one could answer.

Your only question now was…”What happened?” 

Even now, as you read these words, which I just typed, maybe you do not have the answer to this question.  

Rest assured…there is an answer. 

It is not an accident you stumbled upon your Q/A blockage… this too, is for purpose.  It is LINKED to several things in your life chain. 

Humans often become frustrated when the ‘flow’ of status quo stops and this is where most people begin wondering how they can ‘fix’ whatever it is that is preventing them from getting the answers they need/want. 

If you are a control freak and like to ‘know,’ quite often this is not a comfortable place for you, but trust that this is for purpose and reason also.

Why is this happening? 

It is so you can develop and refine your own relationship with TRUST. 

Ah… yes, TRUST.  THE LINK OF TRUST is a very complicated LINK.  

Do you have trust issues?

First let us understand, TRUST from a video I did a few years back.

Okay, now that we have a foundation for comprehending trust, let us talk about it. 

  • ·         When did you first learn about trust growing up and when was it first violated?

  • ·         How did you overcome your first disappointment after trust was broken?

  • ·         What did you learn about yourself? 

As we look at trust, and what it means to how we look at life, we begin to understand our own processing of trust, as well as our own boundaries and parameters for measurement.

In the video when I talk about how trust begins with you and trusting yourself, when we go back to the idea of questions of “why” and “when,” you can see how when you have “self-doubt” – you are really questioning your own trust.

If we trust in ourselves, with self-confidence to move forward and in the Universe for our highest/greatest good, we can have assurance in the trust we have for the answers to ‘why’ and ‘when’ to any problem, life challenge or dilemma.

We do not have to subscribe to the idea that we have ‘no answers’ – rather we just need to ask ourselves new questions.

It is in asking new questions we realize where we are at any crossroads of confusion and we can regain our trusted footing on our own pathway to overcome obstacles to come up with answers.

If the answers do not come right away, we can surrender our trust to the ‘unknown’ instead of putting self-imposed pressure to figure everything out right now. 

Suddenly within this, we have a solution and do not have to feel the anxiety about not having answers.

Here we can also take a step back to gain greater perspective. 

What else is the Universe trying to teach you? 

These are all part of the entire TRUST process.  These FOUR LINKS are not only LINKED to trust, but they have their place in rebuilding it, refining it, and having a deeper relationship with our idea of what trust is in who we are and how we view it.

When we have the patience with ourselves in letting go of control, and overcome our link of doubt to step into our truth, we are able to trust again with our consciousness shift in what we need to do to trust completely in the journey of our life as it unfolds.

In the meantime, know that the answers you seek are within your grasp in due time.  
The real LINK of TRUST resides in  your heart when you gain comfort in your truth and are honest with yourself in what you truly need right now to live in the present.