“Buzzing of the mind. The busy-ness of it all. Rest it and enjoy the sweetness of life’s offerings. We (the bees) work hard but all need to stop to appreciate that work, what we have done and the benefits it offers.
If we remain in a state of busy-ness we do not appreciate our efforts, the efforts of others and all the opportunities those efforts bring us.
When your mind becomes too busy, rest in your hive. Create a space for you to ‘close off’ and release that busy-ness for as long, or as short, a while that you need.
Be assertive in creating that time and space, then use it for that purpose.
Work so that your mind can rest. Set boundaries for yourself and keep them. Honour them and stay true to them. In doing so, you bring benefit to you, your life and all those in your life: Your team.
Give yourself time that is not busy to enjoy those things that make your life sweeter. When you nourish your life, you bring sweetness to the world, which will then nourish the lives of others.
We did not come here to be busy. We came here to be productive.
Filter and prioritise your tasks. Are they necessary or distractions? If a distraction, why do you feel you need it? Analyse and effect your time and tasks. Cut out the distracting busy-ness to acknowledge time for you.
You can create time.
Replenish your energetic efforts, when working, with nourishing activities and time.
Balance the time spent flying around chaotically with time spent on the ground. Busy-ness is the flight, grounding is the balance. Your physique is not designed to be in the air. Ground yourself and feel your presence where you are designed to be. There you will energise yourself and others. There you will find your balance.
Feel your vibrations, your life force. Feel the buzzing of life inside you, in your gut. Feel the excitement you felt as a child to new experiences. The wonder of discovery and adventures.
Allow the buzz of your life force to be happy, excited and in awe, uninhibited like as a child prior to conditioning, self-judgement and pre-analytical days. Reconnect with that innocence and child-like purity, then feel yourself and the world through that existence.
From this space, the wonders of the world become clearer to us all. Feel your hearts and eyes become aware of the beauty in All and everything.”
4 thoughts on “Bee Smart”
Listening Busy-Bees hehehe Love you Nicola xoxox
Love you too beautiful Queen Bee 🐝💚 xxx
I am so completely overwhelmed, sad and stressed at present Nicola, and this came at the perfect time. Thank you for this wonderful, sensitive, insightful wisdom.
Isn’t it wonderful how the animals help comes just as we need it, Julie. Glad you have found comfort from this. I’m always here for you, Julie, just as the animals are 💚