Can you think of moments in your life when you felt inspired, immersed into whatever you were doing and you totally lost track of time? Or situations when you seemed to have been in the right place at the right time, when everything seemed to work out like by some divine plan? When your intuition guided you to do the right choice?

How would it feel if you could experience more of these moments? How would your life change if you could unleash your creative power?

And what does it take to get there? How much time and effort do you have to put in and how hard will it be to get the results?

You know the answer. The only action needed is no action. No action and no thought to be precise. Quiet the chatter of your mind. Meditate. Be still. Allow yourself to connect with your true Self. Surrender and it will guide you. Just allow.

As easy as it may sound it is a process. Like learning to drive the car, from conscious incompetence through conscious competence to the unconscious competence. You want to master it so you want to dedicate some of your time to it on a regular basis.

Sit straight. Close your eyes. Listen to your breathing. If you notice discomfort and thoughts rushing through your head gently bring your attention back to your breathing. And again. And again. Every time your mind tries to distract you by some important task for today or by something important that happened yesterday just gently, very gently bring it back and focus on your breathing.

How often and how long?… Well. How badly do you want to rid yourself of constant rush and stress? How rewarding is to you the inner peace?

Entirely up to you. As short as 15 minutes or as long as 1 hour. Twice a week or every day.

The choice is always yours.


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