There is something to be said for slowing down.
I don’t mean complacency. I mean relax, take a breath, cease frenetic activity, give yourself the gift of the space to ponder deeper truths and to integrate your pondering.
Create the space to reflect upon the internal attributes of love, joy, freedom, truth, and life—the fundamental building blocks of our reality creation.
As Kwan Yin spoke of on the videocast, The Unconditional Approach, unconditional joy, for example, is an internal joy that is not dependent on what’s happening externally. We ‘carry it’ with us. We emit it. And thus we don’t need to ‘get a fix’ by doing something ‘on the outside’ to bring us joy.
It is us, It’s been cultivated on the inside and thus we can share it with others.
We can give rather than take as Jeshua spoke of in the article, Complete Beings Don’t Take, They Share
In the world as we know it today, our worth is generally assessed based upon what we do. Which we often do on a schedule (and it’s usually someone else’s!) And to some extent, schedules are just a part of living.
What I’m suggesting is that during these tumultuous times, as reality becomes more fluid by the moment, you take some time for self.
One expectation we can have is that energy tends to raise itself naturally.
Align the head, heart, and the belly.
Take some time to cultivate inner love, starting with love of self, inner joy, inner freedom, inner truth, and inner life. What do they mean to you? How will you go about cultivating these internal attributes?
The simple truth is that when our three kakras are aligned and we’re cultivating these qualities, we are UNSTOPPABLE.
Sometimes, we can be much more productive in the areas that matter the most by slowing down.