do you ever feel like you’re in the right place @ the right time? like kind of strangely in the right place @ the right time? i do, & lately, it’s been happening a lot because i’ve begun doing things differently. mama’s got a brand new bag.
it’s not a big deal. nothing more than following the things that are put in front of me — no stopping to question them or falling into familiar analyze-mode. being in the moment is the key, really. with non-resistance. when you start trying, when you start thinking, that’s when it becomes hard.
don’t think? that’s a new one, isn’t it? then, how will you figure out what to do? that’s the point. there is no figuring out. it’s easy. be open to new things, old things – it’s not important. just follow what’s in front of you.
i’ll say it again: in the moment. no thinking, with non-resistance.
the cool thing is that it moves you out of your comfort zone. maybe i should tell you what mine feels like — it’s super soft & cuddly, like a warm, snuggly bed that i really, really, really don’t want to get out of. but this new way of doing things, that cozy comfort zone, wiggly stage fright or whatever else you want to call it becomes rearview-mirror.
this leads to that, that leads to this — just follow the bread crumbs & next thing you know… the right place @ the right time.
you have arrived.
&, now here’s a nifty little treat in the box — you find yourself looking at things in a different way because there’s an exciting new orbit you’re operating in. & i truly hate dull, don’t you?
i understand your reservations — i get it, because it does take a little practice. here’s a little tip to help you know what to follow. it’s usually so damn obvious you could trip over it, but have you ever gotten the same message more than once? as if everyone seems to be saying the same thing, until it’s practically being screamed in your ear with a megaphone? that’s a good indication.
sometimes, it’s just plain, old gut-instinct. just be aware.
no thinking. in the moment with non-resistance.
Gut instinct with no resistance, profound more than you know!!!!
thank you, marko! it’s just true & mama really does have a brand new bag. you wouldn’t believe all of the new people I’ve come into contact with — usually when I’m invited to do things I’ve never done before, I just stay at home & work, telling myself I don’t have enough time. when I actually MAKE the time, the benefits are ten-fold.
Martha, could not have said it better. I have taken to call it “sparkle time” when I am in that sweet spot, having just realized I am part of a connected process. Juicy.
Gary, thank you so much! sparkle on, my friend!!!!!