You are probably familiar with the phrase, "God's will, not mine," which is a central part of 12-step programs (although the reference is to one's higher power, so the phrasing is "your will not mine"). This is an essential part of surrendering your ego to your true Buddha nature, turning your will and your life over to the care of your true Buddha nature.
When I incorporated this mantra into my practice, I felt a burden being lifted from me. I had no fear of not being in control. Instead I felt relief at not being in control, of things not depending on my mind's efforts.
Recently, though, I learned that a further step on this path is to empty myself of myself and so be one with my the Buddha nature, the divine, inside me. For only when one is in that state can one truly say, "your will, not mine," because at that point you have no will because you have emptied yourself of yourself, not merely turned your ego over to the care of your Buddha nature.
Also, when you are in that place, you are in a position to not just receive but to accept and follow any guidance you receive from your Buddha nature/the divine inside you, your heart. There truly is no struggle then, for there is no "I" to struggle with the divine.
This is my intent every day, every moment of the day, as I continue walking on the path