Does it seem too simple? Do you feel like there needs to be more to it?
Yes, you COULD do more things. But often the desire to make things complicated is a form of self-sabotage. More is NOT better.
As we’ll cover in Part 2, flow happens when you’re free of mental dead weight.
Releasing doesn’t come from learning a bunch of facts or doing a million exercises. It comes from being.
Our purpose here isn’t to rid you of all your human fears and insecurities. (That’s a dangerous never-ending pursuit known as the healing trap.)
Instead, we want you to release the patterns that are limiting you from making an impact on the world. You don’t need to be 100% healed. You need to be free enough that you can create the life you want without being in your own way.
Still breathing? Good.
I keep asking because halted breathing is a sign of momentary stuckness.
You may have noticed that people tend to stop breathing when on their phones, consumed by email or social media. Their attention has left their body. They have separated their two halves, mind and body, leading to internal disconnection.
And that might still happen to you from time to time. When you catch yourself, just go back to breathing. The beauty of this exercise is you can do it any time, even while in the middle of something else.
I challenge you to maintain awareness on your body as you read the next page. You may find that doing so will increase your information retention without effort.