Just as I wrote yesterday’s blog, I faced a night without sleep. And that’s why I will continue to support the application of breathing and relaxation-in-order. Think of it as one of those moments where you finally have the time to be with yourself alone for a moment, in peace and quiet while you bring peace and quiet to your body and mind. In this case it was a moment spanning 5 hours.
Went to bed at 12, stayed up until 2.30 working on some things on the computer, then I felt my feet grow cold. Got in bed, and stretched for an hour while relaxing. I decided to wake up at 8.30, and that’s what I did.
Taking the breath point further though, today I decided to value my breaths according to the quantity in which I am applying corrective action. Basically, that means keeping account of roughly the proportion I slouch around and the proportion I do what needs to be done. Roughly half the day has passed and I have skimmed through all the projects I set myself out to do. 5 projects: cello, guitar, writing, blogging, exercise. I can take everything except exercise further by spending more time and effort.
The result of this is I have tons of time left over, and I resist putting more time and effort into the instruments especially. In a day where I wake up at 8.30 am, I complete the five tasks by 4.30 pm. I read Creation’s Journey to Life blogs and there’s a point where I resist reading any more. Can you guess what I’ll write about next?