Does the energy of your mind and body always agree with that of your heart and spirit?
When you have planned and made your to-do list with your logical mind, fit all your tasks into the appropriate time slots on your calendar do you find yourself ignoring procrastinating, fuzzy headed, trying to distract yourself with the phone, the computer, food?
Do you avoid your carefully listed jobs? Then do you try to push through the resistance to get them done with no joy or sense of fun?
Ask yourself instead, “What does my spirit want? What do my spirit and heart ask of me today?”
Your list of spirit inspired things to do may look a lot different than the logical brain list. When your actions are tied to the needs of your spirit, you will feel energized and inspired instead of tired, deadened, dull and grudging.
When you listen to your spirit and do those spirit and heart guided activities first, the other less inspiring but necessary tasks of daily living will fall more easily into place.
Feed and nurture your spirit. Listen to its wisdom, its plan for your life. Do the big things that your heart longs to accomplish first.