To be in the flow is living your life as a prayer.
To be in the flow is awareness of the Divine in every activity.
To be In the flow is the inner knowing that all is well.
To be In the flow is living positively.
The following are statements from The Power of Flow by Charlene Belitz and Meg Lundstrom about what is required to be "in the flow." To me to be in the flow is a life long pursuit; It is the pursuit of spiritual awareness; it is setting of one's intention and living it every day. These two paragraphs very well define what is needed for the inner journey:
"When we become open, willing, trusting, we experience flow as fulfillment and joy, and synchronicities pop up all over the place. When we become fearful, doubting, controlling, flow diminishes, our day is filled with blocks and frustrations, and synchronicities cease."
The authors describe what people "in the flow" are like: they ". . . were open; they stretched themselves to learn and grow; they had deep integrity; they felt steadfastly grateful; and they were dedicated to living by their inner truths. Being with them made us feel richer."
On the inner journey openness, willingness, integrity and gratitude lead to an overflowing of God's grace - that is the flow.
Gene Ford Runnels