How you do anything, is how you do everything…
What does this mean? How will this Knowledge change my life?
What I have learned and begun to implement in my life, is that when I take the time to do something right, it fractals out to the rest of my experiences and begins to have a positive impact. If I take the time to do many things right, with love and attention to detail, then more of my life is full of quality.
Just like a dream, everything in our life is symbolic and there are grand connections between each and every experience. Many of these symbols are outside of the reach of our current awareness, but if you start to pay close attention you will begin to notice a difference.
One of the best examples I have of this principle is in cleaning. If I take my time to clean, lets say my kitchen, and I take extra care of the details such as cleaning the fridge, oven, stove, and sweeping the floor; I begin to notice changes in other parts of my life that reflect the quality and attention to detail that I gave my kitchen. Because my food is in a clean environment the fractal of a clean kitchen may start to manifest in direct ways such as a cleaner immune system. An Indirect fractal such as attention to detail coming from my family and loved ones in my relationships may also be connected.
You may not notice it at first; the connection between things that are seemingly unrelated, but I promise you that with enough practice you will start to see the evidence I am talking about. Even if you don’t notice the connection you will begin to build awareness, because you are taking more time to love yourself, your environment, and the people around you.
The End of Compromising
Since the turn of the New Year my family and I have been putting our energy and attention towards increased awareness in everything we do, say, feel, and think. We have shifted our focus to the quality of our relationships, the environment, conscious shopping, and our physical space.
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Shopping/Eating out- Recently we have started putting forth a strong effort to plan ahead for our trips to town. Our intention is to be more conscious in our efforts and move as far away from plastics as possible. To do this we carry tupperware to use as ‘to go’ boxes and bring cloth bags when grocery shopping. Especially when we go to the produce section of a market we strive to use our cloth bags instead of individually wrapping everything in plastic.
This might sound like a lot of work, but when you actually do it, you will notice that it makes things much more simple. We noticed right away how good it felt deep inside to use the cloth bags and reusable containers rather than continue to add to the growing number of plastic present in our landfills and oceans.