Doing Nothing is Not Recovery
In nature, all things, including people grow at the border of order and chaos.
Simply that means “if you work your butt off, and don’t recover, life’s going to turn to crud.”
But time off is not just a glass of wine on the balcony or a holiday in Venice or Bali.
Time off is also a key to becoming a better version of you, mind, body and spirit.
A time to reconnect to your own true nature and using the universal laws of nature as wisdom, you’ll do that rebalancing, faster, easier, more enjoyably.
When somebody throws the full weight of responsibility for your own happiness back on your shoulders, at first it feels a bit overwhelming.
Like “where do I start”
That’s what is great about the universal Laws of Nature from Chris Walker. Those ideas doesn’t mess around with long stories about characters doing amazing transitions in their lives. Nature just nails it and leaves us, to choose if we want to play or pay the price.
It’s also great to find a distilled insight that broaches personal growth, relationship happiness and business all in one.
So often the three are split so it can feel like we’re three different people, but Walker talks about the affect one area of our lives can have on another. He really pushes the idea that it all begins with some inner stillness.
In a rush, rush world where dog eat dog business is making people more competitive this idea of nature’s universal laws is a refreshing break. It’s amazing that these Laws have been around for more than 4,000 years and yet, got “lost.” They teach us how to do more in less time through the art of stillness.
It seems so logical that they can actually help us be better people. Our true nature.
At the end of the day this is where real life collides with spiritual wisdom and creates application. Reconnecting with nature.