Ultimately, ishvarapranidhana means
surrendering our personal will to this intelligence so we can fulfill our
destiny. The first step in this practice is attuning ourselves to perceive a
larger perspective. By setting aside enough time to get quiet and clear, we can
begin to differentiate between the cluttered thoughts of our ordinary mind and
the resonant intelligence that comes through as intuition. Rather than trying to
unravel the mystery, we start to embody the mystery of life. When we embody the
mystery, we begin to experience meaning. Where before we experienced numbness.
When we drink a glass of water, we taste it; when a cool breeze brushes our bare
skin, we feel it; and when a stranger speaks to us, we listen. Everything and
anything can become a sign of this intelligence. Eventually we are spontaneously drawn to look at the
purpose of our life with a new eye. One starts to ask, How can my life be useful
to others? Living the insurance nor a
guarantee but it is neither spiritual rain against living a meaningless life, a
life that at its end we regret.