In our information overwhelmed and crazy fast paced life busyness sometimes misinterpreted as a sign of success.
We are becoming a race of “human doings” instead of “human beings” like never before in a history of men.
Sure, you can be busy running around fulfilling other people’s agenda yet accomplish nothing for yourself at the end of the day.
Time has become the most precious commodity that we have.
In this new wave of energy, you may be feeling that there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done, that the demands on your time and life are increasing. Because time is no longer rigid and fixed, operating solely from from an intellectual framework is going to make you feel more pressured.
The more you try to do things logically, the more you make lists and force yourself to follow them, the more rushed you will feel. Although lists can help you focus, remain flexible and listen to your feelings.
It is important to follow your feelings and intuition, because they will put you in the higher flow of time. The new time is intuitive, not linear and sequential as in the past. That means you can no longer figure out when to do things solely by using logic and still be in the higher flow where things happen easily. Follow your feelings rather than your lists, and you will find them leading you to your goals in the highest, most efficient ways.
Prioritizing your time, sorting out the noise and having a laser focused mind on your goals will bring you the success you envision. Focus on couple of projects rather then spreading out your attention thin and abandoning the whole thing with the burnout.
To have more time, slow down for a few minutes when you finish an activity. See what you are drawn to do next. Sometimes those things won’t appear logical or even productive, but in the long run they may save you hours of work.
For example, your body maybe telling you to stretch, exercise or go for a brisk walk. You think this is unproductive and you should force yourself to work longer and ignore your body. However, you decide to honor your physical impulse and go for a walk. That day you get twice as much done as you normally do and you have some important insights that save you hours of work!
If you follow your intuition, taking actions only when it feels right, things will get done in much less time that you would expect, and you will be able to do far more than you can imagine. You flow with time when you stay in touch with your feelings and higher purpose. Trust your instincts and deeper impulses, because they lead you to do things in the fastest and most productive ways.
By Nattalia Estar