What does being in Balance mean?

To be honest, most of the time, I feel like I’m swinging a bat, completely blindfolded and with my feat sealed to the ground by the unbeatable force of gravity. You know, like one of those inflatable plastic puppets that swirl all around, with no sense of direction what so ever.

Sometimes, I think that being in balance means just that. Making sure that you’re well grounded, but allowing yourself to swirl around (or, as Will Smith would say it – Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It).

I guess we could debate about this for a long period of time but, can we actually find The One and Only answer? My opinion is that we can’t. We’re all trying to live our lives the best we can. And, I suppose that we all have some kind of an idea on what that should look like…

Or, maybe we can get to the One and Only answer, which would be – Being in balance means being ourselves – and, that’s hard to figure out. Why? Because no one like us existed before – so we don’t actually have a clue on how we should live our lives. Who knows, maybe our lives are meant for us to explore that balance. To explore ourselves.

Maybe being in balance means that we should always strive towards it. Maybe it’s not something that we can achieve completely. If we don’t seek it, maybe we’ll be in chaos our whole lives.

And…maybe…some people like chaos – and that’s some kind of balance for them.

I think that it’s all about accepting things as they come, accepting ourselves as we strive or fall. Just believing that the next morning is smarter than the evening before. Letting go of what was, and accepting whatever comes next.

And I think that that is Ok….

Yeah, that’s completely Ok. 🙂

I would really like to hear your opinion on this topic. So, please don’t be shy in letting your thoughts out. You can comment in the comment section below, or you can message me privately via influentialmovement@gmail.com

I’m looking forward to hearing from you. 🙂

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