Get used to saying EWOP

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You need a 7 Day BrainwashI learnt a new word yesterday, and I am indebted to British author, Gill Edwards for it. (Read her books, “Living Magically,” “Stepping Into the Magic,” for some gentle metaphysics).

The word is EWOP. I just think it is one of those little sayings that can put you into a better state whenever you find yourself fretting or worrying, for EWOP stands for, “Everything Works Out Perfectly.”

It isn’t intended to be a head-in-the-sand approach to life, just a big let-go and trust. And you know what? Things do work out perfectly. When you let them.

It’s another example of something where the steps to getting there are the qualities of being there.

Be there.

EWOP, my friends, EWOP.

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