Universal Timing

Nature’s natural rhythms reveals when day turns to night, when flowers must bloom, and provides the cue for when it is time for red and brown leaves to fall from trees.
As human beings, our own inner rhythm is attuned to this universal sense of timing. Guided by the rising and setting of the sun, changes in temperature, and our own internal rhythm, we know when it is time to sleep, eat, or be active.
While our minds and spirits are free to focus on other pursuits, our breath and our heartbeat are always there to remind us of life’s pulsing rhythm that moves within and around us.
Moving to this rhythm, we know when it is time to stop working and when to rest. Pushing our bodies to work beyond their natural rhythm diminishes our ability to renew and recharge. A walk in nature can also let us re-attune to her organic rhythm, while allowing us to move back in time with our own. When we move to our natural rhythm, we can achieve all we need to do with less effort.
We may even notice that our soul moves to its own internal, natural rhythmespecially when it comes to our personal evolution.
Comparing ourselves to others is unnecessary.
Our best guide is to move to our own internal timing, while keeping time with the rhythm of nature.
Please share your views.
(source:Daily Om)
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16 comments:

  1. that's exactly the way 'we work', that's the best premise to live our lifes comfortable, to hear the inner voice the loudest and to follow her.

    it would be the greatest gift while living in a 'modern' society to be allowd to do so.. we would be more stronger as well as our mind would reward us with unimagined strength.

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  2. Rosalie,I fully agree with your insights:
    ...'to hear the inner voice the loudest and to follow her...'
    Thanks for sharing.
    God bless.

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  3. it's so tempting to dictate our idea of what internal timing we think ought to be. instead of listening to within and letting the timing naturally unfold.

    we are such impatient people. yet our potential is so grand.

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  4. Yes Ssgreylord, I admire your insights:
    ...'we are such impatient people. yet our potential is so grand..'
    Thanks for adding your valuable views to my post making it more meaningful.
    God bless.

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  5. I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

    Alena

    www.smallbusinessavenues.com

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  6. What wonderful thoughts and how beautifully put! In present materialistic world man is suffering on various accounts, just because he has stopped working according to his internal rhythm. It is now that we can lament like Wordsworth "What man has made of man!"

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  7. I love your insights. It's true and to do that we must be in touch with ourselves and then we must listen.

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  8. Welcome to my blog Alena and thanks for your words of appreciation.
    God bless.

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  9. Yes, Wordsworth was right in saying:"What man has made of man!"
    Thanks Amritbir Kaur Ji, for adding your insights to my post making it more read worthy.
    God bless.

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  10. Hi Chatty Crone,
    I fully agree with your views:
    ...'It's true and to do that we must be in touch with ourselves and then we must listen..'
    Thanks for sharing.
    God bless.

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  11. Surjit,

    Good post.

    It's indeed important to honour the silent rhythm of our bodies. Being of the Modern World push ourselves too hard!

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  12. Hi Karen,
    You are absolute right.We must listen to our body's rhythm to stay in touch with nature and ourselves.
    Thanks for sharing your views.
    God bless.

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  13. :)

    Thank you for sharing.

    Peace to you brother.

    Cyrus

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  14. hi surjit..

    Comparing ourselves to others is unnecessary.
    very true. V are the best and unique. so dun ever compare us with others. Live our life in proper way!

    God Bless

    anits

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  15. You are always welcome my brother, Cyrus Rumi.
    God bless.

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  16. Anits, I fully agree with your views:
    ..'Comparing ourselves to others is unnecessary...'
    Thanks for sharing.
    God bless.

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