I’m working on a big project.
I believe strongly that the result of this work will fundamentally help people get clear and out from under whatever is stopping them in the dimensions of their physical space and their use of time. This project is an assessment tool that gives people a basic understanding of their natural tendencies, accept them and ultimately work with instead of against themselves.
To bring this project to the world, I’ve spent countless hours, days, weeks, and months looking for a way to “land” this assessment on a firm foundation – a philosophy or model that is unquestionable, researched and proven.
While working with the author of the original work I reference, we’ve finally uncovered what we believe to be the quintessential crux of the work. A person’s desire to get “organized” and “productive” is grounded in the philosophy and belief that there is a “better” way of being. The end result of being organized and productive is to live a life of joy, abundance, ease, happiness and synchronicity. To live in and experience the abundance of FLOW.
Getting organized is NOT the end: it is a way to create an environment for flow to occur easily, effortlessly and seamlessly.
In researching this phenomena of synchronicity, I’ve been led to a wonderful book that introduces 9 unquestionable Attributes of Flow. I’m so excited to find this information, that – in keeping within the philosophy of Flow – I just had to share.
The following attributes will be explored as excerpts from The Power of Flow by Charlene Belitz and Meg Lundstrom over the next 9 posts: