Hmmm – What if I managed my energy???.
Today is the one and only day given filled with opportunities for change. The days already past cannot be changed. The days not yet experienced are unknown. So, today is the day that is given.
What are you going to do with this day that has been given? Will it go by as another busy day filled with activities and a giant ‘to do’ list? Will it go by as another day where you dwell on what is not working in your life or what you haven’t gotten accomplished?
Or will it be a day where you will own your role as the creative energy in your own life?
Your energy will always let you know where it naturally wants to go. But, in order to tune in to your energy, you need to spend time each day in an awareness practice. That can be meditation or a practice of your own making. You can just sit, close your eyes, and ask yourself what your energy is saying to you.
Or you can journal, or draw, or play music or discover your energy through movement. The important thing is to take the time to check in with yourself to learn how your energy works so you can better align with what is most important to you.
And that is my secret to time management – putting my energy into where it wants to go rather than thinking of life as so many available minutes in a day. Where my energy is vital and alive is an acknowledgement of my heart and soul in fulfillment of my gifts and talents.
Take time each day to see what your energy is. Emotions are energy so if you check in and find you are feeling sad, then you will know you have some grief you have not allowed yourself to feel and release. If you find you are feeling irritated then you need to ask yourself what has you frustrated and why?
If you are feeling calm and peaceful then you are in the perfect energy to envision clearly what you want to create.
Experiment with getting to know yourself on an energetic level. Try it and see what happens! See how it informs your writing.
Ommmmmm . .
11/26/2019 12:29:59 am
I agree on your point of writing when inspiration flows rather than writing at any time. I like the way you have explained time management in such a short yet very informative way.
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Cathleen O' Connor
Writer, speaker, teacher, coach and intuitive.