Here’s a short bonus post for this Friday. Following is an excerpt from an automatic writing session from earlier this week.
Cindy: What would you like to talk about now?
Spirit: Bicycles made for two. A bicycle made for two is an interesting concept. The person in the back has control over helping with the speed, but that’s about it. They have to trust the person on the front of the bike to not lead them astray. Trust is like that. Trust is something that is difficult for a lot of people. And quite frankly, not everyone is trustworthy, so it makes sense that people would have difficulty with this concept. But trust is something that should be given cautiously but also freely. You want to investigate enough to determine if the person is worthy of that trust, but then you have to take a leap of faith, ask your angels, trust your gut and yourself to make the right decision. You’ll be rewarded by a new scenic path that you might not have taken on your own, just like the back seat of the bicycle for two. You don’t set the course of the relationship when you trust—you give up some of the control. Again, guard yourself against people who aren’t deserving of your trust, but those who are, open up like a great big umbrella and let them into your embrace. Trust them to show you new things and enjoy the ride.