The art of doing nothing!
The art where there is no pain!
The art of discovering that we all do too much!
The art that we can do less!
The art of non-doing!
The art of non-doing is a strange affair. It’s not the art of doing nothing, it’s the art of having a plan with the confidence that the plan may or may not come to fruition.
The art of non-doing is enjoying the journey that you planned and noticing every step of the journey and checking how much effort each step takes. These steps may be physical and or thoughts, they all take energy. How much energy is up to you, hopefully you will agree, being efficient and effective with your energy is a good thing. Something to apply for every one of your steps throughout your day.
There is a catch to being efficient and effective with energy in that most of us have been conditioned at home and at school to believe we must show we are being busy or show that we are using our strength. Some times it is right to do as that’s what others expect but when on your own, is it really needed?
What would it be like if you had the choice to show or not to show?
Next time you feel you are showing your busyness to someone, take a moment to notice any muscles working too hard, perhaps you are scrunching your eyes, leaning in to your computer, seeking approval and scrunching your body. Equally showing your strength, maybe your jaw is tight or your neck is stiff, even your whole back. You may be taking an overbearing attitude, again take a moment to notice, do you really need to tense before using your strength.
What I’ve discovered is when I’m getting ready or demonstrating busyness I tighten up and eventually pain will appear. My muscles become locked, then tired, then painful. There is another way, don’t get ready or demonstrate busyness.
The secret is that you and I are always ready. Many of us don’t realise this!
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