Patience

Patience

Patanjali teaches that when you enter the stage of perfect wholeness, there is a calmness and a clarity that reflect prefect presence.

The antidote to impatience is allowing yourself to reenter the flow of things, that is, to be in sync with the speed with which things are happening.

Beneath the thought “I am wasting time” is fear. What is really being wasted? Nothing.  Everything is an opportunity to live in the present moment.

Mantra: Everything is moving as Nature intends.

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