Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Ha!

Apparently we do not have to do one thing. It is done to us for us by life. According to someone I trust to know who (I will not name) life happens to us and what we can contribute and the only thing we need to contribute is trust. When we "get in the way" that is when our trouble begins. Okay, so for me I go into panic mode...fear of not getting things done the way I like them. Immediately I will get bossy and start to control the environment by ordering and doing everything. I know this isn't team spirit and I have seen the absolute joy on the face of my loved ones when I don't "do " so much, I have. It's cultural this conditioning this rush to get "there" and get it done. I have been dreaming wild crazy very detailed and I must admit clear dreams. I get excited it's as if the unconscious is telling me something quite spectacular is maybe coming my way. I want to investigate when I wake up I want to call somebody. Then I sit in meditation and I realize no, I need to continue what I do and be open. See what comes. There is a path we are all on. We have a direction. There is fate...we just rarely get to know the mapping of it, the direction. I fancy those of us who seem to have a clear sense of their lives, will feel I am speaking "crazy talk". I am talking to you too. The heavily scheduled people who have not a moment free. Things are NOT in your control. Anything can and will happen. That is the beauty of life. That is the "rub"...shit happens.

So like my wise friend says; We sit ,stand, lie horizontal, the rest is a story.

What's your story?

5 comments:

Dwacon® said...

Maybe an over-simplification? One can take control over their own life -- for good or for worse...

glt said...

We need good leaders who know when to follow as well.

Free will can never be proven...
UNLESS we can prove predestination FIRST(i.e. 'the bible code', psychic premonition, etc.)...we have to know the "master plan" in order to attempt disruption of it.

Rae Dawn Chong said...

It is not so simple...it is infact really challenging to slow it down to the most skeletel.

Sit, stand and lie horizontal.

glt said...

I know. It takes much life experience to come to terms with the futility of most actions. The number of people and life entities we hurt, while actually trying to help,
is uncalculable.

Not trying to be funny, I'd like to add the squat! It's a more difficult position to hold but very rewarding....and quite natural. Then there's hanging upside down or at a slant, like our ancestors. I always remember as a kid, if part of my body was stressed or in pain, I would find a position to heal it. However, I THINK your point is "be more, do less", let it be, go with the flow. And to that I say, Cheers!

Renee said...

Take it from me slow done i am finding out the heard way i always have to be in control because i feel like if i dont do it myself it wont get done now i have to get surgery Tuesday so what i learnd is take a little time for myself and just have a little more Passions

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