Letting go of the schedule

Who looks outside, dreams.
Who looks inside, awakens.
[Carl Jung]

I am finding it quite difficult to decide what to do first, especially when I wake up in the morning, I have not altogether let go of ‘the schedule’ to just be in the moment.  I  find myself huffing, puffing, harrumphing and finger tapping while I try to settle. My mind goes into over-drive with endless nonsensical thinking. Doing nothing. I read somewhere that doing nothing is the most productive activity you will ever undertake.  It sounds both simple and fabulous, with thoughts of lazy days at the beach, maybe a deserted island in Bali somewhere!  But doing nothing is a lot harder than it sounds. Who am I without my busyness? It’s a good question to start with. Something for me to work on I think!

Have felt a bit like the walking woundedView-2 over the last couple of days. A visit to the doctors with an ear infection and a pulled thigh muscle from an overly ambitious yoga practice, sees me confined into the realm of ‘gentle activity’ for a few days. So with this in mind I took a motorbike for a spin today over the hill to another island and hung out at a place called ‘The Palms’. Lovely day with amazing views. Ahem…… a little pic of me doing nothing.

Have got my GoPro with me and have been taking a few videos which I will publish shortly. I’m having a few difficulties downloading but will get my head round this and hopefully you will get to see just how beautiful Bali is. I’m staying at a lovely resort called Mahagiri Resort. The gorgeous, white-sanded beach around the resort is called Light House Beach and I highly recommend the place. The people, the service … everyone going out of their way to help. I wish you were with me.

Till we speak again…….



Author: estelleyogini

On a journey of self and worldly discovery. Exploring, delving into the abyss of life. I see stepping stones, although they only appear as I step onto them, floating above the earth, suspended by faith and trust. Allowing the journey to unfold as it needs to, let's go!

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