It’s easy to get lost. It’s even easier to be swept up in the busyness of life.
We have so many things pulling at us in different directions. So we procrastinate, run ourselves ragged, and harm our relationships.
Sometimes you feel like you are that Plinko chip on the Price is Right, bouncing from nail to nail to nail to nail, without a known destination. And instead of getting caught up in what can feel like a whirlwind of a tornado, life calls for you to place the emphasis to be placed on feeling your inner “I.”
The eye of the tornado is like your inner “I.” It’s quiet, relaxed, free, connected. It’s abundant, healing, and open.
When you get caught up in the tornado of life, that’s the very time to get out of your head, and into the heart — into your inner “I,” into your stillness, so you remain focused and inspired and living your highest value.
You can get much accomplished without feeling frantic. You can get things done while walking with grace. You can drive kids around or get work done while at ease. You can be wildly productive without being insane.
It’s a matter of how you are connecting with your inner “I” and how attuned you are to this inner silence, wisdom, and intense power.
It’s a sign of weak adaptability to be “all over the place.” If you are running like a chicken with your head cut off, this is not productive. In fact, we’ve made it normal, but it’s completely abnormal. Being “all over the place” is not an identity to express your busy-ness. It’s not cool. It’s not a war cry of success. Busy for busy sake is done.
Finding and discovering strategies that support you accessing your inner “I” will be a most important endeavor.
Breathe. Move. Have sex. Do yoga. Stretch. Sit still.
There are lots of ways to jump from the whirl of the tornado to the silence of the inner “I.”
Invite yourself to relax into yourself. It’s where you are at your best.
Frantic is out. Connection is in.
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