This week, I have a mixed bag of content to delight the pathways of your brain whilst most of us continue our conversations with the four walls we occupy.
We explore why you are not defined by your parent’s blueprint, embracing the art of doing nothing and an article that resonated with me on why it’s ok to feel ok when the times are anything but ok.
First up, let’s explore why you are not defined by your parents blueprint.
Why did I write this: Because I find too many of us (me included) are operating from a blueprint that is in conflict with who we really are. You hear all the time how people struggle to break free from the operating system that their parents moulded for them. But, you are not defined by this and we can all change.
Next, a spotlight on the art of doing nothing.
In these strange times, it’s ok to feel however you want to and it’s ok to not go and do something like many of the social media charlatans keep telling us. Sometimes the subtle art of doing nothing can lead to something or it can just be a nice tool to let your mind wander.
Last but most certainly not least, an article from the Daily Beast on if you have anxiety and depression but feel better during the coronavirus pandemic, you’re not alone. This was a very interesting read for me as I know a number of people who are suffering from increased anxiety and depression during this time and others (like me) whose mind has become somewhat calmer during all of this.
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