Welcome to another Micro Reflection For The 21st Sensory!
Watch this video as Brian riffs on the power of attention and how combining your microdosing practice with concepts like this that can assist you with more mental clarity, focus and flow in your life.
WE are ALL addicted to something and WE are ALL recovering from something; when we can accept this, we begin to move towards a more unconditional state of being. Of course, microdosing can assist us with getting more introspective in becoming aware of these inner qualities and the people, places and things we need to accept.
With cultivating more acceptance, it is the answer to many of our obstacles in our life. When we are agitated, or discontent it is usually because we find some person, place, thing, or situation-some fact of life unacceptable.
We can find no serenity and balance until we accept that person, place, thing, or situation as being exactly the way it is supposed to be in that very moment.
There is nothing, absolutely nothing that happens in the universe by mistake.
Until we can accept our present circumstances and the obstacles we face, we won’t be able to create the breakthroughs that lead to the transformation we desire.
Let’s get real, until we accept life on life’s terms, we can not be happy.
Let’s stop concentrating on what needs to be changed in the world, and start concentrating on what needs to be changed in ourselves.
Yet, everyone wants different, but no one wants to change.
Shakespeare said, “All the world’s a stage, all the men and women merely players.” He forgot to mention that we are the chief critic.
Microdosing while developing a simple practice with community mentorship will give us the opportunity to taper down seeing the flaws in every person and situation and start cultivating more acceptance.
When we complain about ourselves or each other, we are merely complaining about the universe's creative work.
We may as well be saying that we know better than the way the universe operates.
There is a bit of good in the worst of us and a bit of bad in the best of us. I am me, and me is you. WE are all interconnected.
“Understanding is the first step to acceptance, and only with acceptance can there be recovery.”
— J. K. Rowling
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