“Formulating a plan for your life is something that all of you feel the need to do from time to time to give you a sense of stability and because you believe that planning for your future will ensure that you will have the experiences that you want to have.
We suggest letting go of the majority of your plans and your planning behaviors. And instead, open yourselves up to a wider array of experiences that are possible for you that could come at a time that you have not planned for, that could come in a way that were not part of your plans.
You have the ability to bring to you much more than your minds have the ability to imagine. So letting go of the need to know when, where and how and which and who will enable you to have a wider variety of experiences and…
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