Do you ever find yourself in striving mode? You know those times when you’re actually digging for energy, pushing through something or crank-crank-cranking? How much does that totally suck? Lots right?
I feel ya.
I found myself engaging with some hilariously ironic cranking recently when working with Chantal Russell on our upcoming retreat in Costa Rica (early bird pricing ends this month, so like, get in here.) It was ironic because the whole retreat is built around sufficiency, around experiencing and opening to what’s readily accessible within us and moving, expressing and working from this place. No cranking needed.
This is part 2 of the maybe I don’t need to work so hard practice series which works with some of these very themes. Today’s practice builds on last week’s of bringing less effort by noticing your energy levels and what alters them. For me personally, simply the mental effort of thinking I need to give more sucks the life right out of me. How about you? Watch and explore…
Much has contributed to this, including consciously working with practice around stress, effort and productivity.
Let’s explore shall we? Because what I see around right now is a world of over-worked, deeply stressed people who are exceptionally hard on themselves for not being more, better, different.
If you can relate to this, even a little, then I wrote this for you. This is the first of a five part series looking at effort, productivity and ways to…