Yesterday I woke up, and I felt like I could do it again. I could get up and keep going. Prior to that morning, I’ve felt like I’ve HAD to get up, not that I COULD. The difference is subtle, but it’s there. HAVE to is not a willing choice but submission. COULD feels more like a choice.
I woke up, drank my coffee and painted for the first time in ages. Morning painting was a ritual I did BK – before Karmen. I haven’t really done it in two years, nor have I felt like it.
In the past few months, I’ve started dreaming about painting. I’m not ready to bring it into the physical form but ruminating on the idea of it. How much time do we spend thinking, and how much time do we spend doing?
I’m ready to start doing.
I’m ready to bring forth what is inside, out.
And I’m right on time.
Spring equinox is in a few weeks – the buds of our ideas will start to break through and move towards the light.
Are you in a state of thinking or doing or in between?
What is currently inside that would like to come out?
Sending you a warm and gentle hug,
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