It’s generally understood that the mind can’t distinguish between what is imagined to be happening, and what’s actually happening out in the world (i.e., you benefit from either imagining that you’re working out at the gym, or by actually going to the gym). What if everything we’ve ever imagined to have done or achieved has already happened?
Our greatest journey is quite often hidden amongst the everyday, in plain sight. It waits, and formulates, adjusts and adapts, acts and reacts.
Let love lead you, and use fear to guide you back to love. Let love feed you, and use scarcity to guide your gratitude. Let…
Avoidance and resistance takes effort. It takes energy.
You will reach a tipping point of sorts in your journey, where a lot of the noise that once got to you, can’t touch you anymore. You won’t need to watch any news, you won’t worry about fashion trends, you won’t crave ritual or the primitive, you won’t care too much about anyone’s opinion, and both criticism and praise for your works will carry a similar weight.