Your resistance to new experiences and ideas can be a valuable tool to unlock the holy grail of personal knowledge.
What would it feel like to live according to the rhythms of your unique nature, without regard to what the culture says you should say or do?
Stepping out of our routines gives us an opportunity to look at them clearly and assess whether they are truly serving us.
We tend to think that what will make us happy is on the other side of if only.. What if we’re wrong?
“Your outer world reflects your inner world” is a simple principle. Yet it is also complex because it requires us to look within for the cause of what we experience.
When it comes to procrastination, we tend to focus on what causes it and how to cure it. If we’re always looking for the cause and the cure, we miss the opportunity to receive the wisdom.
When we view procrastination as an invitation to self-investigation and come armed with self-compassion, we can turn procrastination into a potent productivity tool.