A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving. ~ Lao Tzu

the idea that “practice makes perfect” is flawed and untrue. pratice makes fluid; it enables flow, muscle memory, ease and confidence. it invites intuition and insights. it takes you past thinking into presence, focus, and elevated consciousness. . .

unless you’re striving for perfect.

you’re not a machine. push yourself, challenge your limits. mould and remould your body, mind, and reality… but don’t rigidify and deny the unexpected and pleasantly surprising.

love your life

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