What Will Happen, WILL Happen

What will happen, will happen.

At this very moment as I write this article I am stood in a queue at Alton Towers. I’m about to go on the ride, The Smiler. For people that know you know. For the people that are unaware of what I’m talking about this is the ride many people fear and refuse to go on because around a year ago a young couple on their first date decided to spend their day at Alton Towers theme park. They chose to ride the smiler and proceeded to the front seats only entry. Unfortunately for these young riders they chose the wrong day, or did they? The ride malfunctioned and crashed into another cart, the couple landed themselves in hospital with terrible injuries. The young man shattered both knee caps and the girl lost her leg completely. After this event everyone immediately boycotted this ride for a very long time. Why? Because they were scared that the same thing would happen to them. Semi understandable but it has never happened since. This brings me to my point that I am about to make in this article.



Most people spend 50% of their life worrying. Worrying about something that never even happened. Can you imagine if you reached the end of your life and someone laid down the statistics in front of you and showed you how you spent your time here on Earth. They tell you that you wasted 50% of your life worrying, how much time would you have wasted doing this!?!

Sounds silly right, but it’s true. I’m a busy guy and I meet a lot of people. I’m constantly people watching and learning about how different people do life. It doesn’t take long to recognise a pattern that 99% of the people around you are setting. I want you to think about how many things you could be doing instead of thinking about what could or could not happen today, tomorrow or next week.

Let’s try and solve this issue as quickly as possible and hopefully you can walk away today spending less time worrying and more time doing things.

Two of the human wants and needs are; Certainty and uncertainty. What does this mean? It simply means that we like to sometimes be certain about what is about to happen but we also enjoy things happening spontaneously without them being something certain. So we basically like to be both in control and out of control 🙂 Crazy people right.

The problem with this is most people are out of balance. They yearn for certainty 99% of the time and when something happens that’s out of their control they freak out and can’t handle life. There are many things in the world that are happening right now that are being created to force you into the unstable states. False flags and terrorist attacks. Illnesses and freak accidents. I can understand why a lot of people have turned this way but if you have, you need to realise what has happened and to quickly return to a balanced perspective as soon as possible.

Let’s just get this straight. You and I, have zero control over our day of death. You could hide in your padded, sterile air raid shelter under ground in the most safest of conditions for ever and you could still die of something random, you have no control over it and however it happens it will happen. There is no place on earth safer than another if you are due to die. Life is written, you have an open contract and when your end day arises, you will be gone.

People fear death like its the end. This is just down right ignorant. There is no end and there is no beginning. Life and death are both cyclical. Let’s just spend more time in life focusing on what we can do and what we can control instead of what we cannot. Death is imminent, quit trying to take control of it. Focus on living, giving and just being.

Live everyday inside the present moment. Do not worry about what happened yesterday or what is going to happen tomorrow. Be present. Love life and stop BLOODY WORRYING!!!

Everything that happens, DOES happen for a reason. Fate is real.

Stay Blessed

Show Gratitude

Be Forever Present

-Om Shanti-



Author: Illuminatus

I am you. You are me. We are all one. I hope you enjoy reading my spiritual thoughts. Im trying to help illuminate the world about the hidden truths that they don't want you to know. I would greatly appreciate it if you could leave a simple comment or like, just so I know you are enjoying these blogs. Feedback is always great! -Om Shanti- Illuminatus

3 thoughts on “What Will Happen, WILL Happen”

  1. True enough. People tend to live either in the past or present swinging from one to the other. Stilling the mind takes practice, as does letting go. I have a teacher that says often how we do anything is how we do everything. So we can cultivate mindfulness and presence while letting go on – for me usually this begins on the mat – and then we have a chance to take that out into the other things we do in life. Clinging to life is one of the hugest causes of suffering. Namaste

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