I was born a lazy man. But it took me 26 years of life to give myself the permission to start being in alignment with that part of me.
Everybody functions differently. We are all here to serve different purposes, in different ways. Therefore, how we are set to operate from an energetic standpoint is going to differ.
Learning to be totally in love with my laziness has been essential in my spiritual growth and in my health. In my virility and my impactfulness. It’s been essential for my commitment to the work that I do.
Most of us look around at others, the apparent ‘successful’ ones, and attempt to change ourselves to be more like them...even if the way of operating will make us tired, sick and miserable.
I used to be ridiculed for my laziness as a child and young man. I just didn’t like doing things that I didn’t want to do. I became terrified of listening to what my body needed. I thought there was something wrong with me. I used to feel guilt and shame towards my lack of desire to ‘go hard’. I would beat myself up. Because of this, I went against my own grain, and made myself ill, repeatedly. I would always be stressed, suffering from sore throats and swollen glands.
Laziness is a terrible word in our productivity culture. It’s used as an insult, similar to selfishness. Nowadays, I receive it as a beautiful compliment, I celebrate it, as a confirmation of my commitment to self. It’s blissful, happy, and healthy.
If you are living in a way that feels wrong for you. If you are having to push, then it’s not you. It’s not for you. Stop comparing yourself to others and follow your bliss. Follow your joy. Follow what makes you feel nourished, healthy, and restored.
You haven’t been put here to slave your life away. Your financial and life abundance can only flourish when you do. Don’t drink the koolaid.
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