Don’t give up. You can do it. Follow your dreams. God has a plan for your life. Keep moving. Work hard. Don’t stop. Never give up. These are some of the affirmations and sayings we and others tell our selves. As we move through difficult situations in life on our way to accomplishing our dreams and goals.
Is hard work and maintaining a positive attitude regardless of the circumstances enough? Pray earnestly to God for an answer, is it enough? Or, do you concede and say this is life, my life? I have done my best. I have prayed, worked hard, set goals, dreams, and nothing has happened or worked the way I thought.
Thought. What a powerful word. Another word for thought is, think. Eric Butterworth tackles the thought processes ‘In the Flow of Life.’ Using the teachings of Christ, Lao Tzu, and Ralph Waldo Emerson, he ties the process of thought into truth. By simply saying, ‘Stop living your life outward in and practice living inside out.’
Life lived outward believes God is out there somewhere. Truth states, ‘The Kingdom of Heaven is within you.” It is not somewhere out there. It is within reach within you. Living inside out gives way for you to connect with God and you. This places you into the flow of the Allness of God. A flow that is not dictated by circumstances, peace is still. Moving in the flow of life from the inside takes you into the realm of all things possible.
This is a powerful book. It challenges the reader to take a look at his or her belief system, thought processes, and gain an understanding. This book gives clarity to some of Christ’s teachings and the teachers from the past who understood what it meant to be in the flow of life. Working hard to accomplish anything will not be the same.