“You can look at every problem you have in your life as an opportunity for some greater benefit. You can say alert to opportunities by being grounded in the wisdom of uncertainty. When your preparedness meets opportunity, the solution will spontaneously appear. 

    “What comes out of that is often called ‘good luck.’ Good luck is nothing but preparedness and opportunity coming together. When the two are mixed together with an alert witnessing of the chaos, a solution emerges that will be evolutionary benefit to you and to all those that you come into contact with. This is the perfect recipe for success, and it is based on the Law of Detachment.” –from The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success

It’s hard to let go and allow things to work themselves out, but sometimes that’s just what you have to do.

Recently, I’ve been worrying myself about several things — growing as a writer, working on a business idea, and trying to be the best mom I can be. Between all of my commitments and my goals, I’ve been fretting about how I’d pull it all off. But you know what? Worrying about every single detail did little but drive me batty.

Instead of fully panicking, I decided to pick up The Severn Spiritual Laws of Success again and get back on track. Thankfully, I was reminded of the importance of letting go.

Like so many others, I was struggling to control the details instead of being open to all of the ways I’d still be able to reach my goals. By not being so committed to one path, I realized I’d not only get where I wanted to go, but I’ll get there will far less stress.

Don’t sweat the details, Clutchettes. Just keep working toward your goals and be open to any road that will take you there.

Happy Monday! 

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  • shadow

    Thanks for this & I need to check that book out ;)!!

  • 726

    “Good luck is nothing but preparedness and opportunity coming together.” – That is a bunch of BS!

  • Ms. Write

    I needed this! Thanks for the reminder. Deepak is one of my favorites.

  • Mariana

    Thanks for this little reminder! I’m going to have to check that book out seems very insightful.