Treasure Island

TD. Kumar


Being in the flow is the best way to cross the river!


Being in the flow is the best way to cross the river!

Submitted: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
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Being in the flow is the best way to cross the river!

Being in the flow may be the best way to cross the river
Many times it is a process of healing if you have a fever
Accepting, aligning and surrendering is not resigning or giving up
In fact it gives you the support of the flow of life’s consciousness-river.

Being in the here now as witness gives you idea and energy for your committed vision
You may have to ‘go north to reach south’ to reach your target and mission
Being in the flow and the steering wheel of pro-action are complimentary
Two sides of the same reality-coin; it is paradoxical and non-linear reason.

The boatmen orients the sail and arranges the oars in alignment with the current
Of the water and wind and uses their energy to reach the goal which is inherent
‘You can never step in a river twice’ unless you are in the flow
Only than to your desired end you can go.

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