The Master Does Nothing (Yet Leaves Nothing Undone) (036)


Does life sometimes seem like an unending sequence of frustrations and disappointments?

Do you ever feel like “I’m damned if I do, damned if I don’t!” (especially in relationship)?

Is it possible that living masterfully actually takes LESS effort than you currently exert?


In this episode, we explore LIVING PARADOX:

  • Can you be honest AND kind?
  • Can you be horny AND respectful?
  • Can you ask for what you want AND be willing to not have it?
  • Can you disagree with someone AND validate their experience?

The Tao Does Nothing, But Leaves Nothing Undone.

The Tao Te Ching, an ancient Chinese book of wisdom. Tao is generally translated as the way. Te is power or virtue, and Ching is a book.

More wisdom from the Tao te Ching:

“Those who know do not speak. Those who speak do not know.”

“When you are content to be simply yourself and don’t compare or compete, everyone will respect you.”

“If you try to change it, you will ruin it. Try to hold it, and you will lose it.”

“To understand the limitation of things, desire them.”

The Master does nothing, yet nothing is left undone.

 

 

RESOURCES

Joe Dispenza’s MUST-READ BOOK: “Break The Habit of Being Yourself”

An Abraham-Hicks video.

David Deida’s beautiful book, Intimate Communion: Awakening Your Sexual Essence

My “Love, Sex, Relationship Magic Program

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