In this “In Conversation with” episode, Kaye shares how lovely it is to do something without having anything on it, letting go of the experience as soon as it’s over instead of bringing it with you through time. She shares an anecdote of how she had an argument with her husband but very quickly saw the impersonal nature of it, finding herself getting neutral very quickly. That’s why she finds the understanding of the Three Principles so useful, she can let go of the argument in an instant instead of dragging it around with her, trying to get to the source of it and talking to other people about it, letting it affect her day.
Jacquie talks about loving life and living from that place where you haven’t got a clue what happens next, where life is a surprise, showing up to see what life presents and enjoying it for what it is. Jacquie & Steph both share some spontaneous events that happened when they went on holidays, where they were available to what life presented to them in the moment instead of having their holidays all planned out.
Steph talks about how being open to what life presents compared to planning shows up in business. Having a vision that comes out of the blue and instead of staying open each moment and seeing what naturally wants to unfold, you plan it with an inch of its life and then roll out the plan, which feels like going through the motions.
Kaye talks about how she doesn’t think that our control or our influence either helps or impedes what’s going to happen. She knows that what happens happens regardless and it’s only our experience that’s different depending on what space we’re coming from.
Steph shares how she feels the magic gets lost on the way when someone is following a plan. It’s like having a spark of an idea and then when you’re bringing the idea in, you’re just going through the steps of this thing unfolding, doing something you said you were going to do 6 months ago, instead of being available to what’s shown to you in the moment.
Jacquie talks about not following someone else blue print but rather hearing your own passion that comes from inside of you. She talks about a universal muscle that the more we trust it the bigger it gets and things just work out.