| January 6, 2016
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3F47i69iTk”][vc_column_text]Life is just groovy. Your eating is on point, your workouts on track so much so – you crave that next run or yoga sesh. You feel in-charge, in-control and easily disciplined. Creativity is flowing out the ears & you’re producing incredible work faster than ever. Your relationships have never been better, they almost seem ‘too easy’. Finances look great, nothing to stress about there either. All this smoothness & you can still find time at the end of your day to read and watch a doco without feeling a shred of guilt.
Everything is just so.damn.smooth.
A little too smooth, some would think.
Is that ok with you? I mean really, is it?
How long can you stay in that too-smooth of flow without getting uncomfortable there?
How long can you stay there without letting the, ‘something is going to go wrong’ the ‘what can I worry about now?’ or the ‘I’ve been eating so well I deserve a big fat cheat day’ thoughts creep in?
Or what about this one… Something goes awesomely well for you, and a partner or friend gives you some praise – “YES! Congrats! You did it!” – Only for you to reply with “Yeh, let’s just hope it stays this way, there’s a couple mistakes I found.”
Hello. Earth to human. Earth to human. Why must you (we) ALWAYS find ways to make things NOT ok when everything is SO ok?
It’s not meant to be that hard. I repeat. It’s not meant to be that hard.
It’s ok for everything to be ok. That’s what you work for, right? Ease? Grace? Flow?
When it comes, just let it stay, ok?
“It’s ok for everything to be ok. That’s what you work for, right? Ease? Grace? Flow?
When it comes, just let it stay, ok? ? Peta Kelly