Doing without the mind

When you try to do with the mind, as your thought and imagination engaged, then doubt comes. When all your energies are engaged with the future outcome, your ego steps in and we lose consciousness and are no longer in the moment, focus goes.

If you allow your mind to go silent and just go with the flow of thing you are doing, if let go of thinking about the outcome and result, you let the pressure go, your ego is no longer there, so you are not fearing failure, or ridicule or anything. The doing will flow through you and will happen without any resistance or negative thoughts.

The joy of the doing comes and what you are doing just unfolds with ease.


We worry about doing things and when it is the right time.

There is no right time when you just allow things to unfold and happen. If you put all your focus in on what you are doing right now, then there is no space for the mind to be thinking about doing or not doing, or when the perfect time is.

The mind’s agenda is to sabotage, as there is a risk when we do things to the mind’s fragile ego. The delicate ego can be easily bruised by a comment from others, or a look, or a thought that we may be ridiculed or we could fail. So the mind brings up good reasons to convince us not to risk it and stay stuck in thought.

If we are conscious and in the present moment, then there is no energy placed on thought and we are free from the mind, there is no space for thought if we are deeply engaged in whatever we are currently doing. The flow of each unfolding conscious moment free from sabotage allows us to just start doing and free of doubt we just do, we enjoy, the joy comes from within and we find ourselves freely doing all the things that the mind would have stopped us.

The only time that you can ever do anything is now, and if you are awake and focused you will do.