Playfulness and joy come together and that’s so sweet and beautiful. But what if there is more to your playfulness? What if there is more to you?
Below is a resume of the video – and also 3 ways to explore your playfulness today!
Playfulness is where we experience joy most immediately. Playfulness as in not taking things too seriously, as playing with life. It’s so delightful, so freeing. But there is more to it!
Playfulness also means being an instrument for divine play
We can surrender to being that instrument for our soul, for the divine, for life… and it requires and invites us to moving towards a state of self-love, freedom and flow. I could write a whole book about just that but for now let’s look at another aspect of playfulness because…
Playfulness also means: Playing Your Fullness!
It means playing everything that you are. It means allowing your fullness to come to expression. It means un-controlling the tamed animals that we have become.
This is really important. On the journey towards Awakening To Joyful Living there comes a times where you cannot move forward unless you play everything that you are fully.
Sooner or later it’s time to allow yourself to be the wholeness that you are. To stand in the middle of it not just on the edge for it.
The magic of it is that there is so much more joy and freedom and creativity in us that we know. So opening to playfulness is not only opening to perhaps forgotten states and ways of being but also new ones that you didn’t even know you had in you.
It’s something to be explored…
3 ways to experience your playfulness today
You can explore and experience playfulness in countless ways, so just to give you something specific to play with here are 3 suggestions for today:
- Bring playfulness to one specific physical activity today. Make it playful (to walk, or cook, or stretch, or clean, or…)
- Think of one specific activity or task where you’re never playful. Commit to bringing an element of playfulness to it today. Find out how.
- Create a way for yourself to rest today that is both self-loving and playful.
Here’s more support for freeing the Playful You
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