Taking my own advice over the last couple of days, you may have noticed my Monday post to be conspicuous by its absence. Instead of pushing against my own natural energy rhythms and cycles I invested yesterday in filling my own metaphorical Grail cup by spending the day getting back to nature.
Mother Nature has everything we need in her storehouse and its freely available to aid whatever ails you, in my case it was just the need to pull back from everyday stresses, breathe in some good clean country air and to witness the magnificence of the creatures that we are blessed to share the planet with.
We get so jammed up inside our own heads, attempting to unravel this dilemma and that one, that we actually fool ourselves into believing that those mundane daily decisions are life threatening… (of course one or two of those decisions are and please excuse yourself from being tarred with the same brush if that is indeed the case), but on the whole, though it may seem like the next choice you make could actually end your world as you know it, look outside for a few moments… I mean really look. The world is still turning, it’s oblivious and if the beautiful Fallow Deer I saw yesterday are anything to go by, it’s too busy being happy and free to care.
Now, once you get out of your own head, maybe out of your usual environment and back to nature… just breathe. The answers will come and the truth is, you can always choose again if you get it wrong.
Let go of your attachment to the outcomes and just decide what you’d like to try. Consequences are merely evolution in disguise.
Principle 2: I AM Detached
More later… x
P.S. Happy St David’s Day (White rabbits and daffodils to you)!