Hello Urdva Danurasana. Hello Wheel/Bridge pose. Your time is due.
How much is enough? (Yes, I'm also struggling with it)
In a world of unlimited possibilities, how do you know when to stop? When is enough really enough? How much is enough?
WHY are you doing it?
Will _________ (fill in the blank) engender health and happiness, love and connection, peace of mind and generosity of spirit?
Or will it just provide you with more stuff, more stress, more stimulation?
Do you really think it will benefit you or your loved ones, or are you just sort of addicted to having more—more money, more experiences, more gadgets, more going, getting, giving?
Have you sacrificed the simple pleasures of everyday life for the illusion of more-is-better?
And will future generations look back and wonder why we sacrificed their well-being for our addictions?
WHEN do you stop striving and start living?
When you work in order to achieve a future goal, whether it's to build the dream house or save the planet, you often forget to celebrate what's already in the house and on the planet.
That's not to say you shouldn't dream or you shouldn't try to improve yourself or the world.
"Don't ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive, and then go do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive."
So, instead of longing for more, consider loving whatever bounty you already have. Instead of excess, cultivate excellence. And instead of later, do it now.
'You are enough. You are so enough, it is unbelievable how enough you are.' - Sierra Boggess
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