Who can make the muddy water clear? Let it be still, and it will gradually become clear. - Lao Tzu

Updated: Dec 20, 2020

Saturday Group Reflections, November 21, 2020

This week's treatment was quiet. I have been waiting all day for some insight to share precisely because of the quiet. I put pressure on myself all day to remember or "see" something that I could share.

Truth is, I knew right from the start that the silence was the medicine today. This quote reminded me of the essential Tao-ist notion all movement resides in stillness. When we dare to be still, and allow things, more moves. When we push and try to control, we risk disrupting and even preventing real flow.

So this week, see if you can't be still and observe. When you aren't pushing an agenda or forcing an outcome, what flows to and through you? What clarity arises when you willing to simply be still and allow.

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