This week started with some bristling uneasiness. But instead of falling into fear and trying to figure out next steps, I decided to give myself this week to take time– to NOT FIGURE THINGS OUT. To give myself some space and time. Some space-time.
Be in the questions, yes- but allow whatever comes- to come.
I asked myself- what if I trust fully?
What if I don’t try? What if I trust that all is aligned and in place now? What if I trust that I simply need to make a space in which to be and breathe? To not force? To do good work? Not desperate work?
I am in the midst of this taking time time- and my heart is beating a bit easier.
Time does not mean making more time- it’s about allowing the unknown. If a question comes up- I won’t fixate on fixing, but allow the answer to come in its own time. It doesn’t add to the to-do- it allows for space.
Space-time today included moving myself out of my studio/bedroom/living room— and into nature. I had a hunch that if I walked with a don’t know mind, allowing myself to discover treasures in the park- that I would get some clarity on some research I was stuck on. Knowing that once I looped around the lagoon, I would know what I needed to know.
Some treasures in the park:
I looped back to my block, and indeed- an aha! answer came.
“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.” ~Lao Tzu