Tuesday, March 27, 2012


In a world of harshness, it is time to soften and expand how we go about our life.
A common obstacle to our receptivity can be our tendency to believe that we have to act aggressively in order to achieve our desired goal. This can cause us to become mono-focused and myopic and we may fail to see, and be open to, opportunities on the periphery of our vision.

So becoming receptive involves a softening of our defenses and a willingness to remain open to possibilities outside our immediate realm of vision.

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