The goal is to be happy, not high
When you’re high, it’s a lot of fun. It feels so magical and wonderful to be in flow. But you can’t drive when you’re high because your judgement is impaired, you’re a hazard to yourself and others. It’s not a place to be making big decisions from. You need to be grounded and practical about the reality of human life when you make decisions.
The point is not to walk around wearing rose tinted glasses, the point is to cultivate an inner glow of well being and clarity, to see the world as it is, not as you would like it to be, free of fear and conditioning.
Cleaning as a spiritual practice
Cleaning is such a great activity. It’s a devotional practice to your home.
When my house is sparkling clean, it makes such a difference to my energy and the energy of the space.
It is also great exercise – it keeps you moving in a way that burns the most calories (especially for women).