Training in doing the things that scare you doesn’t have to be torture. In fact, it can be joyous.
Why are most of us getting heavier over time, despite our best efforts?
Chaos is all around us, and it can stress us out.
What is Vast Mind? It’s opening to something bigger than our self-concern, opening to the freshness of the moment.
You don’t have to do all of these, but there might be a couple of ideas here that work for you.
I’m sure there are a few of you who indulge in this luxury regularly, but most of us don’t make time for solitude on a daily basis.
Check in with your Why. And feel the pleasure, the joy, the love, in your heart.
If you’d like to work on letting go, I would like to offer a simple practice.
And while I’m not a perfect father, I think I’m pretty good at it. Mostly because I absolutely love it.
What do I mean by “your edge”? I mean going just to the edge of discomfort, just to the edge of what is difficult for you, what is pushing your boundaries a bit.
Moving ourselves away from the direct experience of this moment, out of habitual reaction, is the heart of our unhappiness and disconnect from life.
You won’t stick to any change for long if you really hate doing it.
It’s a beautiful time to reimagine your life.
What happens once you drop the ego and drop into a wide open, gentle, loving awareness? Magic.
This shakiness is the cause of our procrastination, hiding from overwhelming projects, running from discomfort, and putting off exercise, healthy eating, meditation, writing, reading and all the other things we want in our lives.
To tame technology to do what we need and then let it go so we can be more present, go outside more, move more, be connected to each other in real life more. Wrangling the chaos into something that we use consciously isn’t always easy.