Access to Wisdom
I was just sitting on my deck tonight, it’s dusk, just starting to get dark and my little white lights on the railing popped on just as I read this paragraph in a book called Presence by Peter Senge, Joseph Jaworski, and company...:
"….linked ...to a different way in which action arises," through a process he called a “different sort of knowing.” “You observe and observe and let this experience well up into something appropriate. In a sense, there’s no decisionmaking,” he said. “What to do just becomes obvious. You can’t rush it. Much of it depends on where you’re coming from and who you are as a person. All you can do is position yourself according to your unfolding vision of what is coming. A totally different set of rules applies. You need to “feel out” what to do. You hang back, you observe. You’re more like a surfer or a really good race car driver. You don’t’ act out of deduction, you act out of an inner feel, making sense as you go. You’re not even thinking. You’re at one with the situation."
When you really embrace the principles of attraction and practices of mindfulness....this is the sweet place you find yourself. It's a new way of being for most of us.To go slow. To cultivate space in our lives and businesses to reflect, to step back and see the whole vs. the problems.
This is the place where "easy, natural & fun" comes from.