“It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure, to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful. There is more security in the adventurous and exciting, for in movement there is life, and in change there is power.” ~ Alan Cohen
As form is created and plans are laid, release becomes an operative word in time. Though a word of action, to release, one must know what to release. To do this requires time. Time to go within, time to listen, time to think, time to learn, time to sort it through.
We move into a period that requires our attention. And to have our attention, distractions are required to be quelled or removed. To have attention we need to retain focus. To listen, we must be quiet. To see, we must look.
To receive the right answer… we must ask the right question.
Caution is voiced during this time, but it is not about fear, yet about slowness and thoroughness.
Deliberately slow down during this period. Become acutely aware of each moment, each choice, each movement and the very heartbeat of flow. I am reminded of the slow, yet deliberate precision in the art of Tai Chi. Slow, aware, calm, introspective, encapsulating, deliberate choice.
To know and to flow.
Details and rules are important at this time. So is solitude and rest. Consciously choose what to keep and to release.
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