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The Art of Doing Nothing

The best way to do anything, is by learning to do nothing.

Of course, to the rational mind, that does not make any sense.

A common thing people say and think is 'who the hell is going to change the world by sitting in samadhi on a meditation cushion?'

'How will I end wars by watching the birds on my porch?'

Yet the people that do take time to go slow and meditate, know that by doing so, absolute miracles happen, and things inside and outside completely transform and shift.

The body heals in a deep and profound way, the life-force energy finds its free-flow and radiance, the mind-chatter fades, and something deeper inside begins to guide and move you.

It is how Bob Marley made songs that touch the hearts of people long after his death, it is how the Buddha gave teachings that open people into love more than 2000 years after his death, and it is how modern day yogi's and meditators find sanity, time and freedom in a system that would otherwise have absorbed and imprisoned them.

As Lao Tzu in the Tao Te Ching said: “The Master does nothing, yet he leaves nothing undone. The ordinary man is always doing things, yet many more are left to be done.”

If you want to make bold changes in your life and make an impact in the world…

Then make the revolutionary choice to put your trust in your inner-most self.

The part of you that you can hear beyond the endless stream of thoughts, concepts, anticipations, conditioning, and unrest.

Trust that powerful echo of a moment of wisdom.

Think of the story of the butterfly wing that caused a storm on the other side of the ocean.

Learn what it means to do absolutely nothing. #yogisecrets #thepowerofdoingnothing


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