Just because we’ve been doing something our whole life…no doubt we have our own personalized way, our own particular fashion, of doing this something, probably in a way we’ve not given much attention to, because it seemed natural to us…the way we were doing it sort of developed its own way of happening…like walking…or talking…or breathing…we didn’t plan it out or think it through how we were going about creating our own gait, cadence or type. We breathed, talked, and walked first…then had it pointed out to us how quirky they all were…in unkind ways…for the most part…

Well, obviously, stopping any of these lifelong activities is possible…there’s one, however, that’s advisable we do not attempt to stop. Go ahead, say it…I know you know it…

So, just because we cannot stop it doesn’t mean that we cannot improve upon it…

And it also doesn’t mean that we have to control it or stop it for any particular length of time in order to grow or learn in any particular way or to access any particular realm(s). All realms are fields of interacting energies. If the energies were not interacting, we couldn’t notice or detect them. 

They would be real but not visible by any of the senses we came equipped with. In that way, those energies are unreal…they are undetectable…invisible…outside our current scopes. That’s not so spooky really. Is it?


Let’s take breathing…not away…but as an example…

We’ve been doing it our whole life. Stopping it is our last choice. Let’s leave that one alone for the time being…that is to say, for now and all the foreseeable nows to come. Might there be other ways, more satisfying and regenerative ways, of approaching our breath…other than the shallow, rapid, repeating grabs we all are taking as we try so hard to catch it?

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