I find in my life I've said "I don't know" a lot. I thought surrendering to the fact that the mysteries of life are beyond my understanding was the ultimate wisdom. But in reading this blog post from Louise Hay, perhaps by taking this approach I have been limiting myself...
Magnify Your Vision of Life
by Louise L. Hay
Within each of us is a center of wisdom far deeper and greater than we’re aware of. Meditation is designed to help us connect with this center and magnify our understanding of life. When we’re willing to open our consciousness to new ideas and new ways of thinking about difficult issues, then our lives change for the better. The only goal I have is to continually grow to understand more about life and how it works. What do I need to know, believe, say, and do to make my life flow as smoothly as possible?
Within each of us is the capability to connect with our source, and therein lies the peace we’re all seeking—the inner knowledge that gives us strength in these so-called dark times. When we can see the larger picture of life, we realize how insignificant many of our smaller issues are. We truly understand the saying: “Don’t sweat the small stuff; it’s all small stuff.”
Every time we say, “I don’t know,” we’re shutting the doors to our own infinite source of wisdom. Within us are all the answers to all the questions we’ll ever ask. We do know past, present, and future. Among us are gifted psychics, and if one person can do something, we can all do it. We all have the potential to see more, know more, understand more, and envision the greater picture of life. Remember, in the vast infinity of life, all is perfect, whole, and complete…and so are you.