Physics tells us that everything—without exception—is in motion. Even the Buddha statues you see in the photo below.
Stillness is dynamic; it’s un-conflicted movement (no friction). We experience it when there’s unrestricted participation in the moment; when we’re unreservedly present with whatever we’re doing.
Stillness is a natural rhythm in the cycle of life. In the space that stillness creates we have the opportunity to quiet the mind and body; to re-group, re-charge, re-connect, and to find a point of reference; something to measure against.
For me, that point of reference is my inner compass. From here, I can move back into the busy world refreshed.
Do you create intentional stillness?
This post was previously published on Tuesdayswithlaurie.com and is republished here with permission from the author.
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