More and Less
“If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.” – William Blake
We can change our life with simple shifts – in our perspective, in our habits, in our thoughts, in our actions. We often delay making changes because we think dramatic big moves are required. So we put off living the life we want to live until tomorrow, overwhelmed by the bigness we’ve created in our mind and need for perfection.
Instead of overcompensating – turning the wheel too hard when we hit ice – only a slight adjustment is needed to prevent the tailspin, to balance out. To shift, we need both more and less at the same time.
More … gratitude, awareness, clarity, joy, kindness, generosity, hope, spirit, patience, faith, forgiveness (of self and others), confidence, play, simplicity, laughter, quiet, purpose, engagement, flow, compassion, fun, creativity, light, love.
Less … complaining, resistance, over-thinking, judgment, complacency, gossip, comparison, regret, busy, shadow.
Not more or less, but more and less. Today, not tomorrow.