Practical Peace of Mind In Daily Living...
...Independent of Circumstances.
Being busy is easy
With Mechanical Peace I am pointing to simple productivity skills for daily (digital) living that are not necessarily exciting, but fun-da-mental for a happy life:
Better detect where you waste your precious energy.
Clutter Bust your thinking... your head is not a storehouse for useless information, but a precious decision-making tool.
Improve your infrastructure: Collaboration tools, reminders, password management, email stream, note processing, paperless office, real-time money flow.
Be more prepared and intuitive in embracing your sense of free will; know where to put things and how to find them again.
All of these are grounding elements for your sustainable and stress-free life.
A major stumbling block is our mental tendency to be more attached to familiarity than to surrender to peace and uncertainty, here and now.
In a nutshell: Get things out of your head, into a trusted system, and process/review frequently.
Stress is an effect, it is not the problem itself.
If you are only interested in a quick fix of your current symptoms then I might not be a good match for you.
Even if you would pay me exuberantly, I wouldn't want to waste our time; life is too precious to continue in our old ways.
What do you really want?
What are you going to do with your increased energy and time?
Without some deeper insights you might very likely recreate the same stress/mess again and again.
“If to do were as easy as to know what were good to do, chapels had been churches, and poor men's cottages princes' palaces. It is a good divine that follows his own instructions: I can easier teach twenty what were good to be done, than be one of the twenty to follow mine own teaching.”
Thinking allowed, thinking aloud.
"Happiness through peace of mind in daily living, regardless of circumstances" is a priceless pointer and benchmark I was gifted by Roger Castillo -- a contemporary Advaita lover and clarifier.
Procrastination and inner uncomfortableness were my companions for too many decades; but through them I maybe learned many lessons.
I am happy to share with you tools, habits, attitudes that can nurture and inspire your stress-free productivity.
My services are not for passive short-term consumption. It is neither rocket-science nor bootcamp, but requires your curiosity and openness towards your own thinking, feeling and "I don't like this".
It is not about fun, pride and pleasure, but to stop wasting precious resources, including your energy, time and money.
Structure supports spontaneity!
I am not interested in impressing you or betraying myself.
Internally I enjoy the concept of "radical openness"... meaning that I don't want to run away from my faulty thinking and feeling, but to see it in the light of what is.
We are not here to suffer but to wake up to the beauty, intelligence and generosity of life.
Thank you for your openness,