Learn to limit yourself

To live a limitless life, is to live a life without purpose. Therefore, it is highly vital to learn how to limit yourself.

For instance, when composing a piece of music, it is about elaborating with few powerful elements. Likewise, – most of you know this very well – , if you cook something and use too many ingredients, the outcome will be awfully tasteless.

We are bombarded with things and information.

For your own good, you have to acquire the Art of Differentiation.

This skill is about deliberately choosing to focus on ONE THING AT A TIME.

Forget everything for a little moment, take one random object and just linger, watching it attentively.

I make this exercise very often, because it is the best way to get in touch with myself. In the middle of whatever activity, I stop for a while, breath and look without any specific purpose to whatever is in front of my eyes. Whatever thing I do after, I give it my full attention.

“One thing at a time” means Unity.

Unity, being one with yourself, is the key with which you investigate what Life is about.

About julienmatei
I feel an inner urge to express what I see, to communicate and share with others all these impressions. Often the things I see are there, not yet manifest, but waiting... to be observed, talked about, and embraced. These new insights need another approach, a more vivid curiosity... Due to fear and prejudice we prefer to see only "the official" truth - but THE OFFICIAL TRUTH IS DEAD - being dead, it has nothing to give... We can continue pretending Death is fascinating or... we can take the trouble to LIVE... THE NEW has no definition yet... Again, IT requires another "perception", the courage to apprehend everything differently, from a totally new angle, with new confidence and inquisitive touch. This blog is not about interesting concepts, it is about participation... finding new solutions, inspiration, togetherness.

One Response to Learn to limit yourself

  1. goldennuggetde says:

    I like that especially because all those busy people (like I used to be, too) try to achieve multi tasking. This is nonsense from the very beginning.


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