Even if you’re not working and simply getting on with the business of having fun, there are so many details that need attending to in any one day, in any one moment even, it could make your head spin if you let it, and the internal dialogue insists on rambling its way through the front of your brain regardless, as if you didn’t have enough to be getting on with.
This reduces your natural enjoyment of being alive and increases your stress factor.
Conversely if you want to reduce your levels of stress and increase your levels of enjoying being alive, no matter the day of the week, no matter what you’re doing or aren’t doing, you have to make a new agreement with reality.
You have to agree with reality, that you’ll treat each task and even each stage of each task, with equal significance, based on the notion that in each and every moment, whatever it is you’re focusing on doing (or not doing) provides a pathway to enlightened connecting with the Tao, the Presence behind all the charade, whence springs your power and potential for glory.
Then because each task and even each stage of each task is of equal significance as a potential doorway to the divine, you are obliged to, relax, breathe, be in your body and focus entirely on what you’re doing moment by moment, rather than trying in vain to focus on eight things simultaneously.
Doing so, not only will you perform each task more easily, excellently and effectively, you’ll also be feeling the calming, soothing, empowering presence of the super-self or call it what you will and knowing that, your day will be utterly transformed.
But don’t take my word for it, try it for yourself and see the results for yourself.
I wish you a day of sheer ease, excellence and enjoyment.