Saturday, February 11, 2012

Misconceptions about centering and waiting

Waiting doesn't mean that you do nothing. You don't pick fruit or harvest grain until it is ripe. You don't push events, you let them develop. But, in both cases, there is always current activity, because other developments have caught up with your experience.

In the meantime, staying centered, balanced and patient in the present is the ideal.

People on various blogs are creating false objections this week, some of them propelled with great anger. It is a shame, because it is coming from the distortion of a simple idea.


  1. False objections? Let it be. Just stay centered.

  2. Seek that which within lies waiting to begin the fight of your life that is everyday.
    Ian Anderson


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