This week’s question is “How can you be ‘blank,’ today?”
So, let’s start by defining ‘blank…’
1. A space [your mind] to be filled.
2. The absence of obsessive thinking.
What is blank?
‘Blank’ is the opposite of ‘obsessive thinking.’
It is existant when a person experiences the moment, fully.
Being Blank vs. Active Thinking
Active thinking is necessary, at times, because it relates to problem-solving. In other words, active thinking serves a purpose, which is finding
a solution. It is problem-solving, or an examination of the pros and cons of a specific issue, for instance.
You can set a time limit, for instance, while actively thinking: two hours, ten minutes, etc. If you do, the purpose of your thinking is finding a solution, because active thinking is finite, which means it has a beginning and an end. It is ‘critical thinking,’ which is a worthwhile kind of thinking…
However, it is important to note that active thinking…may not lead to a solution, right away, in which case, it is recommended you be ‘blank,’ or allow a solution to come to you organically. So if you don’t ‘have to’ make any decisions this week, then don’t…It’s a good week to be blank!
Tip: Meditate on an issue, then let it go, for now.
How can you be blank, today?
- Do a cool meditation…
Click here: Cool Meditation
Choose a Kelly Howell Meditation, they’re great!
- Take a walk in the woods!
- Go skydiving!
- Make a cool plan for your day and do it! Experience every moment…
- Do Yoga, of course!
- Picture something beautiful...
Remember the intention…
peace on earth
1. Harmony between people and groups.
2. The absence of war.
“Peace is the only battle worth waging.”
– Albert Camus (1913 – 1960)
“If you want to make peace… You talk to your enemies.”
– Moshe Dayan (Israeli, 1915 – 1981)
Ask yourself, how can I be blank, today?
Then, live from the question and see what unfolds…
If you need more direction, see this post:
Click here: Where are you going?
Life is a game and everyone should win! Give up your judgments and assessments, today. And tread lightly in these difficult times; have a sense
of humor, if you can…
Go with the flow…
Enjoy the choices you’ve made, as long as you can say, “this ain’t so bad.” 🙂