Today’s takeaway from Free Coffeeshop Group Coaching – Beijing, China – 02 July 2019 is:
“The whole essence of Zen consists in walking along the razor’s edge of Now – to be so utterly, so completely present that no problem, no suffering, nothing that is not who you are in your essence, can survive in you. In the Now, in the absence of time, all your problems dissolve. Suffering needs time; it cannot survive in the Now.” –Eckhart Tolle
The limbo time between familiar and unfamiliar can be difficult. For example, transitioning from the high-pressure structure of a job or demanding boss to the slower, relaxed space in between jobs where no one knows or cares about how much you accomplish except you; or moving locations when routines and familiar faces disappear and haven’t yet been replaced by new ones. Great opportunities lie within the transitional limbo to practice refining your relationships between your inner and outer self – all your parts! Today’s group opened up many new perspectives, metaphors and curious questions around this topic – many takeaways!
What does GREAT look like for me right now?