Happiness comes not from achieving the goal, but from allowing who you are to shine through brightly.Click to tweet
Where do you think happiness comes from?
Do you think it comes from the achievement of your desire?
No, it doesn't.
Happiness comes from the true nature that you already are.
When you achieve some desire, you experience happiness, because for that moment, you drop the yearning, the longing, the seeking, and you can just be.
Imagine for a moment that you not only achieve your goal, but achieve it in ways you could have never imagined.
Obviously you'll feel pretty happy about that.
But this happiness doesn't come from the achievement of that goal. It comes from the relief of not having to search for it anymore, and so the happiness you already are has a chance to shine through.
What I'm inviting you to do is to drop the searching now—to allow that happiness to shine through now—and still to allow the desire to come to you, but this time without ego involvement.
Now you get the best of both worlds: you get happiness in the moment, and you get your goal, effortlessly.
That's all I'm asking. I'm not asking you to choose between being happy or having your goal. You can have it all, but only after you let go of wanting your goal.
Once you can allow the light of who you are to shine through, then all else will become effortless.
Now that you know that the happiness you seek does not come from the goal, but from you, now you can simply pursue the goal just to have it, not for anything you believe it will give you.
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