Stop overanalyzing. Don’t look for meaning in every single thing.
Do you get lost in thought? Do you overshare your advice? Do you talk the talk but not walk the walk?
Do you give your opinion on everything? Do you judge?
Analyzing, overthinking, and judging keep you from feeling peace and freedom. The mind binds you to thoughts and stories that keep you stuck in a rut.
To feel peace and freedom, be present in the moment. Find wonder in it. Witness and feel the moment without judgement.
Become aware of the details that you wouldn’t have noticed had you been consumed in overthinking and talking.
To feel peace and freedom, you don’t have to sit in the beach with your favorite beverage. You don’t have to walk through a field of lavender. You don’t have to be surrounded by the greenery of trees.
To feel peace and freedom, be still. Be silent. Be present.
Stillness, silence, and presence connect you to wisdom that brings forth rich experiences to you and others.
You find clarity within your thoughts and words. You stop saying and doing things to look good, to sound smart, and to please others.
You stop making promises that you can’t keep. You stop making promises that you don’t want to make. You stop being untrue to yourself and others.
You become intentional with your words and thoughts. Your words and thoughts are powerful. You have the power to heal, to encourage, and to motivate. You have the power to speak up.
You have the power to be honest.
To feel freedom and peace, let go. Let go of the desire to talk before you think about what you’re going say. Let go of the jumble of thoughts that take your presence away.
You’re one choice away from feeling the peace and freedom you feel while sitting at the beach with your favorite beverage.
You’re one thought away from feeling the peace and freedom you feel when walking through a field of lavender.
You’re one word away from feeling the peace and freedom you feel when you’re surrounded by greenery of trees.