Last year I began building an online directory for KaHuna Bodyworkers called KaHuna Australia. That project served as a fantastic muse to learn WordPress skills on. This week as my attention was taken by this new blog, I considered for a moment if I was struggling with the KaHuna Australia project and if perhaps it was time to let it go?
The answer came mid morning today when an excitable impulse hit me to rewrite the tutorials. It dawned on me that I was just temporarily bored or frustrated with that project.
Surrendering to the impulses
It occurred to me that by fully surrendering to all impulses, it keeps me in optimal flow and fills me with satisfaction. It doesn't matter if the impulses cause me to jump between projects and tasks that are not even on my To Do list, it all works out in my favour because:
- The universe seems to be giving me impulses to complete tasks across personal and professional projects so all are progressing at the same time.
- The jumping around keeps me fully energised because I'm working on what excites me in every moment.
- New thoughts on how to do something sparks excitement for the ability to proceed on what I may have been stuck on before.
Impulse = Inspiration
Today out of nowhere I had the impulse to find and organise my tax receipts for the past 6 months. Normally that task would be a drag but it was quite effortless because the impulse was born of inspiration to get up to date.
Then as I was about to go to bed I received an email that sparked a new series of immediate next steps I needed to complete on the KaHuna Australia site. So I pulled out my To Do list and noted them all down.
Suffice to say, new mantra is "Surrender to the impulses".