The nature of the world is chaos, but what if we could find a more deliberate way of moving through the chaos?
If you’re waiting for things to settle down, it’s a beautiful shift to let go of that and just relax into the groundlessness of it all.
So many of us neglect the act of looking back, that we just continually get caught up in the minutia of our daily lives, in the busyness of projects and events, in the drama of unfolding family affairs.
The goal doesn’t become the most important thing — though it is helpful — the present moment and your actions and appreciation in the moment become the most important things.
What would happen if we decided to become radicals, and simplified the holidays? What would happen if we bucked the consumerist traditions, and got down to the essentials?
What if we wanted to train our minds to do something different?
Think about any commitments you’ve made this year — did you treat them as if they were the most important thing in the world, and put yourself fully in them?
What would happen if you felt 100% committed to the things that are truly important to you? What would happen if you felt joy in being able to do your tasks? It’s possible.
Many of us are pretty busy, not only with a full plate in front of us, but constantly piling more and more onto the already overfull plate.
We don’t want to feel uncomfortable, so we seek comforts and procrastinate.
We often use the term “insecure” to negatively label a person who doubts themselves, but in truth, no one is free from feeling insecure.
There’s a ton to be gained by getting good at Getting Stuff Done (GSD).
Almost every one of us gives away our power, unthinkingly.
Cultivating a sense of contentment.
We don’t give full contemplation to what we want and don’t want in our lives.
Allow yourself to feel the fear.