Release From Bondage

How many times have you moved through your day expecting to get paid? The expectation of compensation is almost subconscious but it is there. A “thank you” expects a “you’re welcome”, a kindness expects a kindness in return. If you do not receive these things, it is perceived as rude, crass or mean. What if, just for one day, you moved through your existence without expectations? When The Universe sends its Unconditional Love it expects nothing in return; the very act of loving is payment enough. When you release yourself from the bondage of expectation, your entire world will change for the better. ~ Creator

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14 thoughts on “Release From Bondage

  1. Like to know more about bondage

  2. Reblogged this on Reflections of Riverman and commented:
    I read this and it stopped all my thinking and planning of what I was going to do etc. The balloon floating away and the thought of letting go of expectations was exactly the release I needed.

    It is Monday and we have been programmed to plan and meet deadlines and receive a sense of satisfaction or remuneration for our efforts… yes we do live in bondage of expectation.

  3. Reblogged this on Spiritual Warrior Path and commented:
    Creator Writings..

  4. Nederlandse vertaling: Bevrijding uit slavernij.
    Hoe dikwijls ben je door je dag heen gegaan in de verwachting van betaald te worden? De verwachting van vergoeding is bijna onbewust, maar wel aanwezig. Een “Dank u” verwacht een “graag gedaan”, een vriendelijk gebaar een vriendelijk gebaar als reactie. Als je deze zaken niet krijgt, wordt dat beschouwd als onbeleefd, grof of gemeen. Wat als je nu eens -maar voor één dag- je door je bestaan bewoog zonder verwachtingen? Als Het Heelal diens Onvoorwaardelijke Liefde stuurt, verwacht het niets terug; de liefdevolle daad is voldoende betaling. Als je jezelf bevrijdt van de slavernij van verwachting, zal je hele wereld ten goede veranderen. Schepper.

  5. I only read this at the end of my day, yet, like Charlie Riverman Bergeron commented above, I had to let go of all my plans for today, as well… It just took a little more push in the back for me, to notice (pack pain so that I only can move very awarely and gentle…) 😉

    As always, thank you, Jennifer! Another Creator’s message on the spot. ♥

  6. Chetan says:

    The Gita highlights the same thing – perform your karma without the expectation of fruit. This is called as karma yoga.

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