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The End of a Pressure Driven Life

I’m not saying this is how “it” really is, but just try this on for a while, it could be liberating.

“What if, all there is, is DESTINY?”

“What if you truly couldn’t mess “it” up?  What if you really couldn’t “make it happen”?  What if all you could do was participate in life unfolding perfectly?”

You wouldn’t have guilt.  You wouldn’t have pressure.  You wouldn’t have pride.

But what EXACTLY would you have?

You’d have life going on, pretty much as before.  Odds are if you are reading this you aren’t an axe murderer, and odds are you will continue down the path of not being an axe murderer.  We can call that momentum.  Odds are you will experience some momentum.

Here is where it gets fun!

Odds are too, that you would notice more possibilities around you.  Odds are you would be more spontaneous.  Odds are you would be more creative, and healthier, and happier and overall your life would be SIMPLER.

“All because you stopped putting so much damn importance on YOU AND YOUR DECISIONS AND YOUR GUILT AND YOUR PATS ON THE BACK AND….”

I am currently working with a small group exploring living life like this.  Unfortunately, it’s a closed group, but if you would like to work with me and maybe a few other people on some private or group calls, email me and let me know.

Exploring what gets in the way of DESTINY and what fills your life with PRESSURE could be fun!

Mr Twenty Twenty

2020@exhostage.com

Posted in: Unleash Yourself

About the Author:

Mr Twenty Twenty is that guy who legally changed his name to the number of "Perfect Vision". He lives his life, focused on helping people develop the inner resources they need to live their personal visions, while discovering who and what we "really are". If you enjoy his writing, let him know by emailing him at 2020@exhostage.com.

2 Comments on "The End of a Pressure Driven Life"

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  1. Buz says:

    Twenty,
    Very interesting and freeing concept.
    I’m mulling it over as I type.
    Buz

  2. George X says:

    Great article Twenty Twenty! With just enough of a framework to make it useful too. Like you said to me, “notice your thoughts are habitual and reactive so how can they be your thoughts”?

    From our calls together I am learning to let the thoughts do what they do, observe them and let them pass. The thoughts that I act upon I act upon. Those that are in conflict with me I don’t, react to them nearly as much since I just observe them.

    I don’t feel any guilt any more, and much less pressure. Thank you for helping me find inner freedom.