“If you believe that the universe is a purely objective space, then by definition you are an object. As an object you can be crushed, burned, broken, etc. If being stamped out of existence or otherwise physically harmed feels threatening to you, then you can never feel safe here. You will perceive threats to yourself. You’ll always feel vulnerable to various forms of harm.
If you do trust the universe, then whatever happens to you, you’ll assume that whatever the universe sends your way, it’s ultimately for your benefit. You’ll assume that all events and experiences have a positive purpose. But in order to have this experience, you’ll need to create and explore the experience of a non-objective universe.
You may still feel frustrated or react negatively to events at times, but when you’re at your best, you’ll forgive and trust. This won’t necessarily be easy, but if the core of your relationship with this reality is trust, you’ll always give it the benefit of the doubt, even if it takes you a while.
A relationship based on trust gives you some advantages. You’ll be less inclined to use your power against yourself. You’ll look for lessons everywhere, so you’ll find more of them. You’ll have a generally positive and optimistic outlook on life. You’ll be willing to take more risks, especially those involving exploration because you’ll see yourself as being aligned with the natural flow of reality.”