Allowing our Allowance

I don't have a schedule. I don't have plans. I have intentions. Peace #1 priority. Am I in peace now? Am I in peace now? Peace is health. Health is wealth. Nothing can be accomplished outside of peace. 

If I have to lay here all day in the woods under my sleeping bag, I will for peace. Food won't make me happy for long. People won't. Things won't. Only my perspective I have the power to do anything about. I have a choice. I am setting a standard for myself that others can live with. Convenient easy free honest. I'm fairly happy w what I have. If I really need something else it will come like it always has.

Let's not pay to live on our planet. Let be happy w the free things and value peace above all. Peace is not submission, it's surrender into who we are. It's full power serving all now. Its what we came here to do and will never be truly happy till we are it. Yet all it is mainly is non participation in what don't fully resonate with. 

So I just lay here n breathe n smile n let go n watch "my" fingers move on this screen. Are they even mine? Do I care? Not really. Am I feeling peace n love for all? Getting there yes. Stilling the waters. Calm. Allowing the allowance. Non ownership. Un-controlling the uncontrollable. Just being, complete now "as-is". Planet Awesum! Gratitude is abundance.

Below is from: http://www.becomingminimalist.com/un-busy/


Consider this Helpful Guide to Becoming Unbusy:

1. Realize that being busy is a choice. It is a decision we make. We are never forced into a lifestyle of busyness. The first, and most important, step to becoming less busy is to simply realize that our schedules are determined by us. We do have a choice in the matter. We don't have to live busy lives.

2. Stop the glorification of busy. Busy, in and of itself, is not a badge of honor. In fact, directed at the wrong pursuits, it is actually a limiting factor to our full potential. It is okay to not be busy. Repeat this with me: It is okay to not be busy.

3. Appreciate and schedule rest. One of the reasons many of us keep busy schedules is we fail to recognizethe value of rest. But rest is beneficial to our bodies, our minds, and our souls. Set aside one day per week for rest and family. Intentionally schedule it on your calendar. Then, guard it at all costs.

4. Revisit your priorities. Become more intentional with your priorities and pursuits in life. Determine again what are the most significant contributions you can offer this world. And schedule your time around those first. Busyness is, at its core, about misplaced priorities.

5. Own fewer possessions. The things we own take up far more time and mental energy than we realize. They need to be cleaned, organized, and maintained. And the more we own, the more time is required. Own less stuff. And find more time because of it.

6. Cultivate space in your daily routine. Take time for lunch. Find space in your morning to sit quietly before starting your day. Invest in solitude, meditation, or yoga. Find opportunity for breaks at work in between projects. Begin right away cultivating little moments of space and margin in your otherwise busy day.

7. Find freedom in the word, "no." Seneca wrote, "Everybody agrees that no one pursuit can be successfully followed by a man who is preoccupied with many things." Recognize the inherent value in the word "no." Learning to say "no" to less important commitments opens your life to pursue the most important.

Busy does not need to define you. Unbusy is possible. It's okay to be happy with a calm life. And doesn't that sound wonderful right about now?


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