In our day-to-day lives, we tend to overvalue the notion of time and dismiss the notion of space. The criterion for a good day is often determined by the number of things we have done; the more we accomplish the better we feel. Yet when we don’t integrate the concept of space into our lives, we don’t integrate our physical dimension and we are governed by our mind.
Our mind tends to disconnect from our body and has no notion of boundaries. It will then keep adding to our to-do list and pull us in many directions. To include the notion of space we need to bring our body into our daily decision-making process. Our body is governed by the law of limitations. If we choose to listen to our emotions and senses, we will be able to make different decisions and we will be more present in our life.
It does require a little bit of practice to listen to our body instead of our thinking mind, yet this practice goes a long way in reducing stress and bringing more radiance into our lives. Like every practice, the winning formula is based on your authentic desire to change.
In the nineteen hundreds, the concept of spacetime appears in mathematics, demonstrating that these two qualities are not separated but intertwined. Can we embrace this concept to feel more empowered and ready to embrace the chaos of life?