What if we relaxed our need to control and judge our situations and embodied a neutral outlook?
This past week I added two more classes to my schedule seeing a whole new crowd of participants. Every class presents something new and different each time and there is no way to predict how the class will turn out. I've learned to surrender into servicing the people, honoring the truthful practice, and releasing the control of having to know what happens next.
I came across this story about an old man and a horse from my dear friend Melody. It reminded me that not all situations really turn out the way we think it will be, so why not just be ok with what is and let go of trying to label it as good, bad, lucky or unlucky or trying to predict the outcome.
The Old Man and his Horse