Where Can You Make It Easier?
So, a few thoughts on ease. And making things easier.
Another way to work with this is using ease as a teacher.
Specifically, try to cultivate as much ease as possible...then notice what takes you out of that place.
What takes you away from ease? Away from things feeling easy?
And when faced with a choice that would clearly hurt your sense of ease, ask: Is doing such-and-such worth it? Is it worth losing your ease over?
Now, if you’re doing this sort of exploration, I recommend bringing an abundance of self-kindness and gentleness to the process.
And even if you get “bad news” about yourself or your patterns, practice allowing space around that.
Practice finding ease even in moments of discomfort – not by repressing the discomfort, but by giving it lots of space and giving yourself space to really feel it.
Whereas unease is claustrophobic, ease is very spacious.
Want a starting point for finding this spacious place? How about here...
- Keep things simple (including “food rules”).
- Care instead of worry (it’s not like worrying helps anyway).
- Let go of something (perhaps a routine, a responsibility, a job...even a relationship).
- Ask for support (whether from the Universe, loved ones, friends or a healing practitioner).
Where can I make it easier today? Where can I make room for what’s good to come forth?