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Just Do It

January 31, 2011

Underlying intelligence is always there. As long as we relate with our underlying primordial intelligence and as long as we push ourselves a little, by jumping into the middle of situations, then intelligence arises automatically. When you're in the middle of a situation, you automatically pick up on what is needed. It's not a question of how to do it—you just do it. And you find yourself doing it perfectly, even surprising yourself.

From “The Myth of Happiness,” in WORK, SEX, MONEY: Real Life on the Path of Mindfulness, page 33.

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1 Response to Just Do It

  • Stefan says:

    Beautiful! Beatificallly so!
    The best thing is, in my opinion, that that happens all the time.

    The very act of speaking is most telling. We may not be aware of it, but when we speak, we do not necessarily know how we are going to finish the sentence we are in the middle of uttering. Yet, we are 99.999999% sure that we are going to finish it.
    And indeed, we do it...

    Posted on February 1, 2011 at 2:12 am