Never Come Down

We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars-

Please take your shoes off before we embark on an early morning Walk and feel free to leave your clichés concerning “pints of green beer that are half-full and half-empty” at the door as well.

Optimism, is a proactive state of mind we often find ourselves in. Optimism is a belief that many of the outcomes we seek in life are indeed within our control. We cannot control all of the outcomes in our daily life although we do enjoy adapting our actions and emotions to reality as they unfold around us.

Pay little attention to the clichés about “positive thinking” as you meander through the rest of your day. Instead, begin to pay keen attention to your: Positive Doing.

For it is in our Positive Doing that we can begin to change the very core of our intention, creativity and reinvention. Oddly enough, positive doing is also a way of capitalizing on ‘Luck‘.

Notes:

Next week I will be writing (trying to at least) about Yama, Niyama, Pratyahara, Dharana and some other random stuff as well. So your patience as a reader will be on full display, thank you in advance!

While I have your attention, allow me a moment to say to each of you: “Thank you for your continued support of CultFit“.” The early days of blogging here were rather crass and down trodden, not something to look forward to everyday. What many of you have witnessed the prior two years is the gradual acceptance of ‘some dude‘ learning to be at ease and in harmony with himself. Nothing more and nothing less.

We often search for the solutions in our lives through inappropriate means (performing yoga to become flexible or enlightened is but one example). The thought(s) in the post above will resonate deeply next week, so please keep them in mind. Be well this weekend and take care.

CultFit Moon

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16 Comments on “Never Come Down”

  1. urbanbeings says:

    Thank you for the daily inspiration and sharing your thoughts! I look forward to it everyday 🙂 now, about that green beer…

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you so much for your support. Our little secret: green beer in ‘Murica is rubbish. 😉 I’ll save you a pint of the good stuff and ironically, it comes from your neck of the woods! Take care and be sure to have a great weekend as well. 🙂

  2. Joy says:

    Looking forward to next week’s posts! Have a great weekend.

  3. Jill says:

    I’m also one that looks forward to your posts. I love the growth I’ve seen in you over the years! 😉

  4. Positive doing – I like it. See you her next week.

  5. always love your posts and your optimism. I am still trying to cultivate mine.

    • CultFit says:

      Optimism can be a dirty little word at times 😉 Might I suggest you give Positive Doing a go? Optimism is awesome when we engage in Positive Doing and follow through with our pure thoughts and intentions. 🙂 I hope you are having a lovely weekend, take care today!

      • I’m not familiar with Positive Doing. It seems somewhat self explanatory, but I will look into this. I just read something about watching your diet, refusing certain foods. Instead of “I can’t” you say “I don’t” changes the frame of mind…though it hasn’t worked to stop my snacking yet, I haven’t quite given up.

        Thanks for the good thoughts! Have a great week!

  6. Sandra says:

    I definitely need to recalibrate and just do optimism. Looking forward to a face to face chitchat. I look forward to meeting you, the mind behind this magical transformative collection of posts. 🙂

  7. Like your outlook on optimism. I do try and stay optimistic in everything I do and think that makes that I enjoy life more!!

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