'What if a fresh experience, from inside of us, is always available?'
In our modern life, the relentless pressure to 'self-improve'; initially appears innocent and innocuous. But we can so easily assume that we're inadequate; that we're somehow lacking.
With our critical thoughts and judgments of ourselves and others, life soon becomes a struggle - and an individual one at that. Getting through a day can in itself become a lonely battle. We end up striving rather than thriving ...
In moments of stillness however, there's a deeper knowing. that the human system is innately intelligent, with constant, permanent resilience and well-being built-in.
The nature of life is that there are brief moments when we glimpse recognition of how this system works.
It's not an intellectual thing; rather a realisation; a distant memory of something we were born knowing, but through the conditioning of life, so easily forget.
Have you noticed that when we pursue life only with our intellect, wellbeing - like a rare butterfly, simply appears to fly away? And when our personal thinking settles, so too does the butterfly?
Thoughts of all shapes and sizes will always come and go; that's just their nature.
And its in those moments of remembering, that we rexperience wellbeing; a well-spring for hope, creativity, courage, kindness ...