Funny isn’t it, the things we push away? Like a child pushing food away without trying to taste it. Doesn’t matter what you tell them they DON’T want it. We push things away with the same force, times 10, usually with the same ignorance, not really knowing what we are pushing away. We feel it is something that will hurt us or cause us pain, that much you know. You think that but you don’t know that. You think you need to get rid of it but you don’t see beyond the first curve.
You also are very good at the polar opposite, which is pushing things your way. Pushing people to see us, acknowledge us, trust us, give us a chance or a bigger chance. Share the booty with us. Pushing the rock, not up the hill, but into your hut or your house. Pushing the perceptions of everyone else out of the way so only yours exist, so you can be seen.
You forget that this life is a dance. It is meant to be fun, to be delightful, to carry the Hue that makes us hueman – the allowing that is the antithesis of pushing. It is the feminine vs the masculine; the receptive vs the projective; the trust vs the making-it-happen. We need both spheres and hemispheres. We need the trust and the doing. Right now, check your balance scale. Are you more in trust or more in projection? Then there are the far reaches, or pushing away or pushing towards – the not worthy manifesting in apathy or the not worthy masquerading as “I am the best of the best, better than everyone.” Just check. Don’t condemn or even get down to guilty. Just notice and then use your nostril breath to see if you can’t change your perception.
If you are the “going doer,” pushing everything, then I want you to sit for 3-7 min and block off your right nostril and breathe only through your left nostril in a very rapid and quick continuous breath. Yes, do it 3-7 minutes straight. Now, if you are the lethargic layabout, I want you to do just the opposite. Block your left nostril and breathe through only your right nostril in a rapid and quick continuous motion. Do this for 3-7 minutes continuously.
Then look at what needs to be pushed and what needs to be embraced. Sometimes, it is good to embrace it first, then push. Sometimes, it needs to be pushed then embraced. Other times, we need not to push at all, just listen and hear the call. Breathe. Feel the message and draw it near.
Wahe Guru love to each of you.