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More unconditional living: Set no barriers to yourself.
Be free by being free of expectation and should.
Unconditional living… without expectation, insistence, should.
Completely innocent and free.
A great homework task this one!
It's not just about the quiet, still, clear, silent moments.
Beautiful and profound as they are, it's about being in contact with the presence of now in the middle of life itself, in the middle of action:
Walking, talking, working, loving, playing, laughing, dancing, adventuring .... every where and in every moment, presence and stillness makes life rich, full, complete, truly Alive.
Meditation is not just about peace and quiet, contemplation and silence.
It’s about life.
Worry is a huge deal for many people, but dealing with that monster when it’s a baby makes dealing with it, in fact any problem, so much easier.
The awareness that comes from resting in the still, quiet, silent space of now will always be key.
What’s your priority in life? And how to you remind yourself of that?
Because you don’t want to make it about later - because later never comes.
As kids we were born dreamers, alive to possibility. Somehow though “What If?” died, replaced with “Nah, not possible, not for me …”
Dreams are so important. Otherwise life just gets grey and squashed, and you along with it.
Magic – those moments of absolute wow, the stuff of memories. But how do you live a life of magic? And why would you want to?
All these questions answered, and more, in your weekly homework topic.
Often we have an idea that we don’t have enough. Enough money, enough love, enough time, enough holidays … It can cause such anxiety when your mind get stuck in that particular “thought track.”
Right? Me too.
Here’s what I did about it.