Nov 16- Effortless

Meditation: Chopra, Creating Abundance: Abundance and the Law of Least Effort
Length: 15 minutes
Where: Bedroom, Los Angeles
How It Felt: Uplifting

Okay. Things are shifting finally. Life is getting back on track.

Finally, after a week or more of everything. being. so. hard. Things are working again. Flowing a bit. Getting sorted. Adjusting.

For the longest time I had a tab open on my computer with an interview with Rhonda Byrne, creator of The Secret. Some people love it, some hate it, but I’m a huge fan. That book and others that followed changed my life immeasurably. If you read some of my earlier blog posts, especially from when I did this Chopra meditation series in full earlier this year, I actually tracked all the amazing things that were happening when I took time to do this manifesting, LOA type work. It’s incredible how quickly things shift.

So, I watched the hour long interview while getting ready for bed last night, and it was so good to be reminded of what really matters. How things really work. Why it’s so silly to get focused on the little day to day things and miss out on the bigger picture.

After that, I felt inspired to go back to the “Creating Abundance” series I started last month. This session reminded me about the fecklessness of fighting upstream, and how nice it is to be in a flow. I remembered that life isn’t meant to be a constant struggle. We can relax into things and let them be as they are.

Today, things loosened up a bit. Today, I feel a little better. I’m still tired, and I can feel the effects that the recent stress has had on my body and mind, but I’m trying to practice self-care however I can. Including getting ready to order some delicious food and have a chill date night in with the hubby. That’s what I need right now, and badly. Some quality time where we can both just relax.

It’s so important to know when to go and when to pause. So much happens for us in the pause.

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