Dear Students and friends,
This law is about learning to let go and embrace uncertainty. There is something magical about starting out on a new
thing in life whether it be attempting a new yoga practice or starting a brand new job doing something you have never done before. It’s the not knowing that both excites us and confuses us at the same time. The fact is that everything you have experienced in the past will help you as you unfold into this new part of your life as long as you can relax and trust that nature is at work. The law of detachment encourages you to be open to the excitement and adventure of what is happening now and not so focused on any outcome from it. By practicing uncertainty you learn to let go of your past and with it anything that may have been hindering you from reaching your full potential.
When you focus your energy on the present and on your goals and remain focused on this exciting new part of your life things begin to happen, doors open, desires become fulfilled. The first step is acknowledging that you welcome this new part of your life by stepping forward into it and the second is to remind yourself it’s all part of the journey and whatever happens simply will happen. Let it flow as it is meant to flow.
“Om Anandham Naham” My actions are blissfully free from attachment to outcome
Homework: If you did the dream-line from Tim Ferris site review it again and see how far you have come on the timeline so far. Did you meet day 1,2,3 goals?
If you have not made your dream-line yet or if your like me you ripped up the paper and started over 3 times the dream-line along with other valuable life lessons can be found on my last blog please go back to Law #5 and look for the links.