‘Now’ Is Your Best Time
How often do you find yourself putting-off something that you’d love to do / procrastinating, simply ‘cos a voice in your head whispers to you that all is not yet ideal and that you should wait? Clear priorities and responsible decision-making are a great way to go indeed; so too, there’s wisdom in solidly assessing any situation. Yet, all being situation and context-dependent of course, have you ever considered that ‘now’ may actually be your best time?!
There’s Perfection in Your Now
This moment is your most valuable time. The past is done, the future is variable, now is the time most in your power. Accept your now, maximizing it for your wellbeing and happiness – even if this means contentedly accepting things which are beyond your control. Remember, the sh*t is not going to last for forever. By finding your peace in the now, you set the scene for the unfoldment of your future moments…and so it goes.
There’s fragments of perfection in your now, regardless of what may be going on. Embrace feeling good in the moment, no matter how ‘small’ or large a blessing you may have been granted. Absorbing and appreciating the feeling of an invigorating shower, or the fresh scent of rains upon the earth, or the happy sound of crickets chirping, or the free-flow of energy after a good workout – all magnificent ways of sensing, embracing perfection in your present.
Do what you want to, get active in your now; what will come, will come – let the future be. Be not afraid of what could go wrong; imagine, think and focus upon all the wonderful things that could go right. Wait not on the ‘perfect moment’; make it, create it, for yourself – now and in each moment that you so choose! Gifts and blessings abound for your taking.
Right Now, You’re the Youngest You’ll Ever Again Be
Do you sometimes think, “I’m too old for that!”? Whether it relates to something you’d like to do / experience, or perhaps an item of clothing you know in your heart (and skin) you’d feel fabulous in, or possibly even a long-term relationship that you’d like to change in some way?
Has the ‘age factor’ ever stopped you from doing what you might’ve otherwise done? If so, ponder on this: in this very moment, you’re the youngest you’ll ever again be!
Yes, in this moment, you’re the youngest you’ll ever again be!
And so it goes from this moment to your next, and your next…
So really – do you still think it’s a good idea to wait? Or to not now joyously and bravely do what your spirit sings to you to do?