Meditate and contemplate the idea of flow - reflect on the fact that things are not rigid and fixed. The chair you sit on, the table in front of you, the tree outside the window, your very own self, are all, according to the modern physicists, a flow of energy, light, waves, in constant motion. That flow is constantly moving; it cannot be made fixed and rigid. Sometimes you want to make things stop, make them rigid, keep them a certain way forever. The disturbing side of experiencing flow is realizing you can't do that. You can't fix things; you can't control things. You can affect them; you can interact with circumstances. You are a part of the flow. As you interact, the flow responds, but you can't control it. The beauty of this is that there is nothing that cannot change. As you open to that flow of energy, as you becomes less fixed and rigid, any obstructive pattern can in time transform and become freely flowing energy that supports you to move forward in your life..
This word flow has become a bit of a cliché in New Age spirituality but it has a deep and profound truth. Remember that being attuned to the flow doesn't always mean you get what you want. It doesn't mean you won't have problems to deal with, circumstances that don't seem to change immediately or that life will always be blissful. It means you will be able to flow with what is. The flow of energy in this universe does not always have the human agenda or your personal agenda as its primary focus. As you listen to your inner voice, attend to your inner rhythm, you will realize that you are intimately connected to a larger rhythm, a greater voice, a universal flow. As you attune yourself to that you will see that your own personal hopes and desires are not always going to manifest - and yet, the flow goes on, beyond your ultimate control but with your constant participation. "I enter into the flow of all that is, knowing I cannot control the outcome." This is an affirmation for these times.