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Just like any other art form, the quote, written by 13th-century Persian poet Rumi yes, the one Beyonce and Jay-Z named one of their twins aftercan be interpreted in many different ways. Some relate it to the law of attraction and calling in your desires. Others say the wisdom lies in the notion that the things we want to achieve, have, or be are not meant to be difficult.
And another group, like Toronto-based life coach and meditation teacher Sabine Buhlmannbelieves the meaning behind the quote is all about following your life's purpose. They are part of your purposeful path in this lifetime. In order to hear the inner wisdom, you actually have to be quiet and listen.
The best way to listen? You guessed it: meditation. You might experience funny coincidences, meet the right person, find the perfect book, hear a song that gives you a message, or get a genius idea out of nowhere. The Rumi quote is imbued with a sense of trust and belief that the things you are seeking are meant for you and in time will find their way to you. So a key part of living by the principle is trusting the process, which, in this generation of instant gratification, is no easy feat.
But, according to Buhlmann, don't need to worry about having all the answers in order to make progress. The most crucial aspect is to be open to receiving the help and little nudges and clues for your next steps. So there you have it: Rest easy knowing that the things you seek your purpose, your desires, your dreamsare working just as hard to get to you. It just takes a little trust and a sprinkle of patience.
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What You Seek Is Seeking You – Rumi