It’s all in the timing

Have you ever thought when is the right time to start something new or to let go of something?

Think about nature.

For a tree there is a moment in autumn to winter – where the tree lets go of its leaves.  If it is too early or too late it could affect the energy for the following year.  There is a moment in spring that the tree starts to bloom and shoots out its leaves. If it starts to early or too late then it could affect the life of the tree.

Compare this to yourself and how much energy you waste, waiting for the perfect time when you really should have just let go or started that something new.

Trust your intuition.  That quiet voice in your head.  Not the one that is constantly chattering,  That’s your logic and it weighs up all your options, helps you procrastinate and generally talks you out of what you want, based upon fear.  What you might lose, what other people will think,  who you might be letting down.

A great place to reset your energy is getting out into nature. This photo is from my weekend at Lake Barrington in Tasmania.

You just have to follow your own intuition. I’ve found that it’s always right.

Have a wonderful start to your week.

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