No plan

It’s good to have times when there is no plan, no deadline, no destination, just being.

It is the mind that convinces us that we need to be busy. But busy doing what? Do we ever stop and think about the purpose of all the things that we are busy doing versus all the amazing things that happen around us that we are never aware of because we are too busy.

Busyness is not the answer to a fulfilled life. Being and being aware will always bring us calm, peace and joy. Our primary purpose is to be conscious, to experience, to see the amazing in each moment. Our secondary purpose could be to do something, but without our primary purpose fulfilled, we will remain busily unfulfilled.

Try having no plan.

Nothing but stillness

The simpler we make life the less pain there is.

When we focus on a few things that bring us joy, then a great deal of what occupies us normally goes away. By ‘normal’ that means the opposite, it means confined by the insanity of our minds and our egos.

We are conditioned to always be busy, never questioning the purpose of ‘busy’. Always be achieving something, consuming food, data, alcohol, drugs and any other form of instant, but short-lived, gratification/’happiness’.

Yet we feel most true to our real soul, to the real us, when we do less and keep it very simple. When we are relaxed, and going with the flow of life then all the stresses and anxiety flow away, positive energy comes and negative energy evaporates. Simply, where there is no drama, nothing to bother us, nothing to fight against, nothing to respond to, where we can be free of the mind and focus deeply on nothing but stillness.

Stillness is where we can be at peace.