Tag: mindfulness

from a distance

if we can accept that our individuated experiences in life exist from and through a bubble within the greater shared reality, we can appreciate ideas such as the law of focus, or the law of attraction, and actively reset or realign our established perspectives and perceptions….


stealing focus

be aware of that which steals or misdirects your focus — not to guilt or shame yourself, nor the source, but simply to reclaim your creative energies; to discharge and depolarize any and all flow or substance that would better serve you elsewhere….


discovery

deep in the recesses of our minds lives a natural state of coherence. it persists underneath the noise and clamor of the everyday. it outlasts any negativity, any spiral of thought, any deterministic projection or controlling enmity….


finding a pulse

it’s rare we speak with conviction and power, save the plentiful moments when we’ve reached the end of our ropes, when something has triggered us; when we are primarily reactive and defensive, rather than in our truth, strength, and vulnerability….


it’s not a time thing

no time is wasted. while we employ its linear concept to organize and plan and schedule our lives, it doesn’t really factor in to the grand scheme of all things….