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According to the plan, I was going to talk about the third way that organized people can balance their life by bringing Yin aspects into it yesterday, and I did exacly as I planned.
Except, I didn’t talk about it; I just demonstrated it.
Yes, the third way that organized people can balance your life by bringing Yin aspects into it is to go off the track time to time.
If you are the kind of person who always acts according to the plan, sometimes it is good to change your pattern by doing something different.
It probably won’t serve your objective as much as following your plan, but it can produce a different effect and bring unexpected opportunities.
For example, by talking about Miso Soup or Ramen, I may have attracted people who are interested in Japanese food even though they are not interested in my usual topic, and they may have become interested in Zen and a Way of Sustainable Prosperity, after reading a few of my posts. You never know.
Mind you; Miso is very much related to today’s topic. Miso also mean a brain in Japan, and symbolically speaking, Miso is a bridge between your brain and intestines. I told you that intestines are regarded as the second brain in Japanese natural medicine.
Miso is usually thought to be good for your physical health, but it is also good for your mental health; it will bring balance into your brain by activating your right brain.
Anyway, it is good to do something which may appear meaningless to your goal time to time; it releases your brain from tention and you never know what it might bring.