What happens when you are utilizing too much of one type of input and too little of another?
If you happen to be a scientist, an engineer, or project manager, you live in a structured world of getting it done right, fast, and effectively. Yet when it comes to your personal world, you probably prefer less planning, spontaneity, and fewer decisions. The reality is that two different parts of your brain are operating. Whether you’re living in the structured left sided or the more fluid right side, you’re still only living in one area. Have you ever met a person that lives one personality at work yet came home and operated completely differently at home with friends and loved ones?
Can you imagine if the rain and the sun never interacted? There would be no rainbows. We would miss out on the beauty that makes us stop dead in our tracks. This beautiful interaction integrates our various aspects to stop, sit and admire when a beautiful rainbow appears.
The same is true when it comes to our mind, body and soul. When these three operate in sync, you feel harmonious, grounded, and boundless. You flow seamlessly in endless waves of energy and insight.
Yet, what happens when one of these becomes too much or too little? Perhaps you’re full of ideas yet can’t bring a single one to fruition. Ever met someone like this? Perhaps you avoid making commitments because there’s a sense of overwhelm.
Or maybe it’s your mind holding on to the single memory of how an amazing friend treated you and you are overcome with grief that they are now moving away. Yet, what if in letting go, even more amazing friends can appear in your life. Too often we cling to the only thing we know for fear of something worse, yet in reality the universe desperately is trying to give you something better.
Consider where in your life your mind, body and spirit may be operating too much or too little.
When mind, body and soul operate harmoniously, life begins to flow effortlessly.
Wishing you an abundant, joyful, and prosperous day!
Chief Energy Officer
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