Rewiring the System


Mono-Tasking


My evening out with my local musical circle finds me sitting next to people who just hold their breath!

Why? So I mention this in passing and am told he has been doing this since he was 5!  Breathing out is an idea that I wanted to convey to as many people possible. It is perfect as a beginning step in the long slog toward Self Knowledge.

There are a lot of words which are connected with individual progress when you are ready to start moving from a blob of slime to a true friend to a person a woman can count on when she is in real need. Do you want to feel compassion for yourself and others? More than a language compassion is action to be balanced and whole in thoughts and deeds. Avanti! Forward. You are involved and the place where you are sitting becomes wonderfully quiet.

It is flaunted as a word, but though you look it up in books and a dictionary, how can you figure the twists and turns of actually caring. I mean to start by caring for yourself at the beginning of your hike. It is not simple to progress for yourself yet alone going out of your way to care about another person.

Compassion is a virtue — one in which the emotional capacities of empathy and sympathy (for the suffering of others) are regarded as a part of love itself, and a cornerstone of greater social interconnection and humanism — foundational to the highest principles in philosophy, society, and personhood.  (Wikipedia)

The principle of compassion: Do to others what you would have them do to you.

The Compassion Of Mono-Tasking:  There are two schools of thought on this. One says: juggle tasks and get stuff done a little at a time. This type of incremental thinking is prone to mistakes. The other school of thought is a little more pure, and a lot more simple: Focus on one thing at a time, get it done and move on to the next task.

So start caring for yourself at least 5 minutes every hour by breathing out as forcefully and with as much grace you can. When all the air is out just relax and allow your inner organ Bellow such into your lungs a full measure of the vital air combination that you and I and all beings need to breath . We do this for the energy to be able to do what ever it is that we think we should do. Breath out and let the air return and Say 1. breath out and let the air return and say 1 and continue to do this until you are focused on the out breathing and can feel the return of the air into the crevices of your lung balloons, always saying 1.

it is the pink one and the blue one and the yellow one and the purple one

Breathing is not a hierarchal competition but a mono-tasking. This is important for your nervous system to take time out and just breath without making it a big deal about the ultimate universe. This is not a gag gift like any leap of faith. If you want to see how many breaths you can do in 5 minutes, just count 1 and that is how many 1 in time and space there is just 1. Then reach out to the ones who want you around and see how a few minutes of counting to 1 can smooth you out!

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  1. wartica said,

    I agree; taking one thing at a time, is so much better than taking on a lot at once! Great post and I look forward to sharing more with you:)


    • It is the stuff inside you that the real world hungers to hear.


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