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Kasia Patzelt LivingPlaying.
You do something different, maybe new and unexpected instead. For me, those days happen naturally every at least once a month. I feel my joy levels decreasing, I feel the tension and my resistance to having fun building inside. The more you ignore your need to give yourself a break from your inner tyrant, your mind, the harder it gets. They break up your routine and give your brain new experiences. They are fun. Fun in the way it was when we were. No, I mean fun because you have no expectations of yourself and the day and you are completely open.
Remember what having fun as a kid was like? The excitement of being so fully engaged in whatever it was you were doing that your lungs were full with breath, there were no thoughts in your mind and your cheeks were red?
Your body was eager to move with no resistance. No to-do lists to tug on your invisible sweater of responsibility like a 3-year-old demanding your constant attention. If you just stay in bed watching Netflix all day, you miss the point. Mainly they are thoughts and worries, the invisible promise of ticking off the never-ending list and getting a full-time blast of dopamine satisfaction.
Once I do this then I will be able to… fill in the blank relax, be happy, enjoy, have fun, connect, do what I really want to do etc. What satisfies, however, is having regular days of being in the unknown. Each time you snap yourself out of your routine, you salute your makers, by acknowledging that this moment might be your last. This might sound cliche, but if you practice it, it becomes highly addictive. The dopamine rushes through your veins not because you have accomplished anything Looking to f ck regularly because you have defied the gravitational pull of 3-D trivialities.
And yes, they can also get out of balance. There, for sure, is a 3-D world that needs our full commitment and engagement. But if you genuinely need to empty the bucket, you will come back fully recharged for the game with more perspective, insight, energy. Your cheeks flushed again, your breath full, feeling the aliveness pulsing through your being, you will be able to go back to your to-do-list with gusto and clarity.
Ah, yes, this is what gives me the most joy and satisfaction and what I, therefore, need to focus on. It sounds dramatic, but I mean it. Just look around.
Kasia Patzelt works as an Embodiment Coach and is passionate about integrating our spiritual experiences into the here and now of daily life aka how to be truly heart intelligent. She is a writer on Medium and works one-on-one with people online or on the magic island of Ibiza, where she lives. Image courtesy of Olia Nayda.
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