Einstein said that if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, then it will spend it’s whole life thinking it is stupid. Take that thought just a little further. While we’re thinking (or been trained) that someone else’s way of feeling and experiencing life is the “right way” or better than our way, then we think we are not enough – not good enough, not smart enough, not lovable enough, not knowledgeable enough, not powerful enough. All those “not enoughnesses” from trying so hard to do life someone else’s way, are just as ridiculous as a fish not being able to climb a tree thinking it’s stupid.
It’s OUR Inner Guidance system and by trying to use someone else’s inner guidance system, it’s like we’ve thrown away the map that gets us where WE want to go.
When we celebrate and enjoy the uniqueness of our Inner Guidance system, we discover that we ARE enough to change THE world by changing OUR world and that you can do it in a lighthearted way. And if you don’t feel like that yet then I look forward to hearing what you think about that by the time you finish this book.
Holyshitisthatreallytrue? Is THAT where our “not enoughness” comes from?
Can you feel curiosity about the Truth or not of THAT?
Photo: We didn’t find a photo of a fish climbing a tree, but we did find a gorgeous photo of Cynthia Cooper’s with young Cody looking like he’s climbing a tree. Cynthia has what I think is the best bitless bridle for horses in the world and she sells them through her website Natural Horse World.
Up next are some more physical things to lift our vitality and feel good, before we head into the “change THE world by changing OUR world” stuff.