The principle of nothing There’s always a time do everything and anything but what about making time for nothing? Is being busy being really busy? Is filling, packing and stacking our time with anything and everything good for us., good for you? Being busy us good of course, it can be productive, it can reap great rewards but even a toddler looks busy. He wakes up, runs here, there, back, forward, in out and hardly stops for breath until… He falls over tired, sleepy, used, spent, unconscious until he recharges and repeats the sane thing time and time again. Can you imagine living your adult life like that, like a toddler? Lots of people do, are you one of them? Unless you understand the principle of doing nothing you are probably one of those adults that appear to be busy yet don’t really achieve a great deal of what you need to or want to achieve! The principle of doing nothing was given to us so we do more. In this case, less really does and will mean more! It’s a feature of humanity that has been veneered by years of conditioning and zoomanic teachings. Yet the principle of doing nothing isn’t new, it’s as old as man himself. It was a gift of the human to the human from another source greater than us. Of course you decide on the source, God, universe, nature, creation or from man to man. This was the time when electronic distractions were unknown, when the only drama in life were things like being unable to catch food to feed the village or tribes or ongoing wars with a neighboring tribe or clan. Of course there was more going on. Yet the days of older humans also held slots and moments to do nothing, to carry on the practice of doing nothing. It wasn’t thought about, it wasn’t planned, it wasn’t written down in note form or on a vision board or sent via download from heaven or any other way … it just was. The moonlit evenings or the moon soaked mornings are when man would not meditate in the formality of another idea on how to with fingers touching, knees, ankles, arms, head and breathing a certain way, no, but would mediate with himself, with life, with his existence and the greater power that was known, accepted but never seen. The connection was spiritual, it was deep, it was as natural as a breath itself, it was meaningful, this was the principle of doing nothing. Man would dig into himself, into his soul, into his spirit, into his connections, into God, gods or whatever he felt was his connection to greater powers. More importantly he re-connected with himself on a daily basis. Re-tune, refine and realize his day and prepare for his next. In his life every moment wasn’t filled with music, DVDs, movies, endless chatter, TV, magazine reading and more. Filled, packed and stacked until the body begged for sleep only to be wakened by another day determined to keep you busy, fill your thoughts, actions, words and deeds with more toddler like propaganda. You feel busy, you feel like you achieved until the end of the day comes, you collapse onto the sofa, drink a glass of wine or two until the day takes you to bed only to repeat it all again. Men of old did the same, they lived a repeated life, everyone does on some aspects yet the connection from the practice of the principle of doing nothing made for stronger, more connected humanity. Zoomanity is clever, we are kept in the boundary of the Zoo at all times. We are kept in the cage like existence, tamed, fed and satisfied from morning until night. Those that are dissatisfied are those that are wakening to Zoomanity yet they don’t know it. Do you find it hard to do nothing, to practice and even accept the principle of nothing? If you said yes, you are held tighter than you might know by Zoomanity. Zoomanity wants your mind busy, it was you to think, accept and overload your mind daily. Zoomanity never wants you to have time to think, time to breath and time to awaken. If that happens, Zoomanity loses it’s grip on you and you start to remove your Zooman clothes and replace with your humanity. Listen to yourself, practice, accept and be… enjoy the principle of nothing, escape, your escape from Zoomanity.