This makes complete sense and totally explains for me the incessant drive that we have for doing more and more and more extreme things in order to try and seek fulfilment or contentment in life.
I love that – in order to truly evolve we don’t have to do more; we have to be more. This is not a process of acquiring. It is a process of letting go and that means simply letting more of who we truly are, out into the world for all to see.
Yes it is an inward deepening of rediscovering who we are rather than an outward search for something outside to fulfil us or define us.
Yes the first reaction to the feeling of running out of time, or in my experience today as it is Monday that my weekend wasn't long enough, is to go into drive to do more, feel better and get vital again. But, this is not what we are missing, we are missing ourselves and that is why it has not been fulfilling. The answer than is to connect with ourself and deepen that.
I would agree with this video in the angst comes from not being me yet the focus is directed to what I've done. Thus there's no fulfilment as the focus is in the wrong direction.
Fascinating insights by this amazing presenter on the nature of time. I know when I am settled just being me in the moment it feels like I have all the time in the world.
Serge Benhayon shares some more wisdom on the importance of being connected to ourselves, of being ourselves in the world.
There's seemingly never enough time to do everything but the focus is on being and not doing then what I am doing is not placed under a stress or expectation to bring me something once it is completed.
I know this insatiable hunger for more and more success and achievements that comes from not living me. I used to have this until I started to just live me more in daily life and the settlement and contentment I now feel in even the simplest of mundane tasks is remarkably different.
I agree with what Serge is saying here and that is .. when you feel glorious from the inside where you feel you just being .. all around you feels the same.
Serge gives the viewer an insight into the philosophies and teachings that have inspired a global movement of people to make true and lasting changes to their vitality and wellbeing.