How can you find your flow even with things that aren’t the easiest?
I am traveling today. A road trip through the desert of Arizona. I am not much of a desert girl. I have spent too many years living in the snow and ice. Although, I can’t say I crave getting to the hot desert weather, I do love Saguaro cactus.
Today, as I pass all these crazy cacti flying past my car window, they are reminding me to notice the beauty in sharp, edgy, and unique things. Not always the easiest things to be around, but they are pretty cool anyway.
Here’s to finding your Friday Flow with the prickly things in your life. Where can you shift from feeling the pain to noticing the beauty? Even if just a sliver of recognition toward the unique experience it is giving you right now.
Flow is so important to our mental health. Finding your flow doesn’t have to be hard, you just have to be open to building options into your daily schedule.
What will you do today to find your flow? Flow helps us tap into the larger field and creatively access information, ideas, and options for living our best life.
Often we find flow when we participate in projects that challenge us but are something we feel engaged in and enjoy doing. Can you think of anything you can do today to help yourself find flow? It doesn’t have to be anything big.
I am planning to hit the mountain, ride my board with a good friend, and enjoy the morning looking at beautiful views. After than I will be ready to tackle the administrative parts of my job I really don’t like! I am looking forward to tackling those tasks after a morning of blissed out flow!