I awoke this morning, and as I do most mornings when I awaken (and before I go to sleep a night), I check in to see what I am thinking in my brain and what I am feeling in my body.
Get quiet, focus and let go is the message I receive now. All the time.
As I laid there, went within, I felt that wonderful sinking feeling I get when I know I am detaching from outside and diving to Pure Inner. Then my mate, who was still in bed as well, moved and made a noise. I immediately jumped out of my zone and had the desire to put my right hand on him. This is a habit of mine I have had for as long as I can remember. Being in my own space, but if someone comes along and says something or does something, even if they don’t ask for my attention, I will drop what I am doing, in varying degrees, and switch my focus on the other person.
Learned behavior. And while it is a useful behavior to implement at times, it certainly is not something that is authentically me. It is based on the “I should” mantra of illusion. And I have let that line of thought go.
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