If I told you that there’s a way to worry less, do more, and have a peaceful partnership with your to-do list, you might think I was crazy. But the reality is, it’s completely possible and the secret is right here just waiting for you to jump onboard.
You don’t have to buy anything, nor do you need to achieve complete enlightenment. You just have to let go and trust in the universe…
So, what does that mean?
A few weeks ago, during one of my regular Body Dialoging Sessions at our MasterWorks Healing Membership Site, our amazing members helped to co-create a process and a new state of allowing.
Through that amazing experience, we played with the concept of embracing your Sacred Pace.
What we came to discover is that when we’re living within our Sacred Pace, the need to run, to do – or go really, super fast and get everything done, just fades away. Then, peace flows in and we do all the things we were so busy worrying about getting done.
In essence, by embracing our Sacred Pace, we get rid of the distractions keeping us stuck and tune into what we’re doing – what matters in the HERE and NOW. Our to-do list shrinks and makes space for more important tasks, we get out of the barrage of tactics, and into expressing our passions, efficiently and effectively.
HOW DO WE GET THERE?
It’s funny, because the answer was always right in front of me and I was choosing not to see it.
My best friend, Mary A Hall, lives at a Divine, sacred pace. And it used to drive me nuts, because I didn’t. I would go super fast, because I felt like I didn’t have enough time to get stuff done. Have you ever felt that way – told yourself that there aren’t enough hours in day to do all the things you just HAVE to do?
Well, I had a realization that Mary is right on target. To go slower and flow with the natural pace of creation is really, really honoring the Divinity that we all are. Now, you might be thinking “but I have so much to do,” or “My ‘s not going to run itself,” or even “Have you seen the stack of work on my desk?!.” And therein lies the challenge: doing all of it in harmony with divinity.
The key is to remember that we’re in charge.
And to know that when we assert that “I’m going to go at a sacred pace,” we actually have more space. Yes, we actually create more time.
Because, well, time is an illusion. Even some physicists are realizing this.
So let’s play with a Divine Sacred Pace.
First, let’s move into our Sacred Chamber (If you haven’t done this before, Click Here to read about moving into your Sacred Chamber).
Let’s ask the master that is us, the Divinity that is us:
“What does a sacred pace look and feel like?
If you were to show me the expression of a sacred and safe pace, what would that feel like?
What would the entire experience be like – help me feel the sensation be in my Being?
Now, describe that experience to yourself. Say it aloud right now.
Remember, what does it feel like? What is the sensation? What is it like to be in your sacred pace?
Take a nice, deep breath and just be with that feeling.
Allow all the worry and “lack of time” illusion to fade away. Then, as your shoulders drop and your mind clears, embrace the moment.
Breathe with the reality that when you’re moving at your Sacred Pace, there’s time for everything – and more. You have time for you, for work, for play. You have time to create the life you want to be living.
Now, look at that big, huge, honking list of to-dos.
Hand it over to the universe-to Source. Hand over everything that you can hand over.
I mean, listen, I’ve got to do the laundry today. Right? I’ve got to go get some things framed. So, those are real to-dos that I’ve got to do in the physical reality, but I can do them now within a new state of presence.
I can get each task on my list done without the stress and worry of all of the other things I’m not doing.
Remember: You are creating this reality. You are making the decisions. You’re in charge.
And, the Divine is here to support you along this path. So, let’s take everything that the Divine and our guides can help us with (Which is EVERYTHING), hand it over, and ask for help.
So let’s take everything on our to-do list that we can hand over to the Divine for assistance with and just say:
“I let go and give this to you.
Because what I really, really, really want to do is to be of service. What I really, really, really, want to be is of service.
What I really, really, really want space and time for is to be an instrument for peace. What I really, really, really want to be is a vessel for Love — spreading Light and Love. That’s what I want time for.
Please, take all this other ‘stuff’ and assist me so that I might lay myself down at your feet, beautiful Divine that I Am – and live from Divinity, live from this Sacred Pace, live from this sacred state of Being. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for this moment and this opportunity to truly experience no thing, no time, just us, just now — this Sacred Pace.”
Feel that sacred pace, that presence, that Divine place of now, of knowing, of trust, of unencumbered energy. Feel how your body feels in this sacred pace.
Use urgency and the need to “do” as a barometer and a point of access.
When habits move us into distress, panic, unrest, or that feeling of just “not having enough time,” notice the experience and be with that feeling. Then, partner with the Divine to move back into sync with your Sacred Pace.
Personally, I’m going to allow that when I go into a habituated pattern of speeding up, of overwhelm, of stress, that I will use that pattern to move into this place that we are all in now. And I’d like you to join me in that commitment.
Commit to noticing, to being aware, and to moving past worry, back into a place of Divine harmony–Sacred Pace.
When we become less concerned with the time we’re taking to do something and are able to more fully focus on what it is we’re doing, we shift from worry and distraction into focus, concentration, and productivity through peace.
When we fully embrace our sacred pace, we’re trusting in the Divine, allowing that beautiful blanket of support to drape over us, so we can accomplish all that we’re really here to do.