Spontaneous Living

Too often, the best time of our lives happen when least planned.  You know what I am talking about; the circumstances were just perfect and the timing was right, you are rolling along, feeling good and it seems like nothing can stop you because you’re thoroughly enjoying every minute of it. Has this happened to you?  It certainly has to me.  I like when things come out unplanned, unscheduled where our actions are completely spontaneous. Being spontaneous allow us to do things without worrying so much about the outcome.  It gives the opportunity to act on just wanting to do it for the heck of it. It does not allow time to set up our own filters to screen through our own perception of things.  It does let us to be, do, and have the things we want a lot easier than planning every detail before taking action for fear of the unknown.  It’s O.K. to plan things ahead, rehearse how things might come out but why bother with too much planning when at the end things may come out completely the other way around?  Best to have an idea of what you want to be, do or have, organize and plan what is important but don’t fuzz too much about the details. Set the intention to make it happen, to follow through but leave room for the unexpected because you’ll never know what is going to happen until it happens So don’t trouble with the unknown, ease up  on yourself and just be happy. The outcome may surprise you.