“What’s the plan for tomorrow,” asks a friend, who is visiting China for the first time.
“Flow,” I reply.
“Flow?” he questions with an uncertain smile.
“But what are you going to do?”
“Flow,” I reply again.
”I’m not sure what that entails.”
“That’s the idea,” I answer.
Ponder the following: Do you really think your day will go better if you have an A-Z plan? Maybe some great things will happen above and beyond your thinking if you have a picture in your mind of something you’d like to experience, then you allow the Universe to do the rest in guiding you to it.
Plans are valuable in the right time and place. Yet, the same is true of the “no plan-plan.”
Give yourself one day per week of spontaneous flow and you’ll probably enjoy life more than you did during the previous six days combined.
Who knows – you may decide to flop the other way afterward. Imagine being in flow six days per week with one day planned out in great detail.
Don’t try to do it. Just ponder the idea for a spell and see what happens.
Be Still – and Flow,