Living a life dedicated to the path of least resistance is one I chose earlier this year.
After doing so I lost everything and became severely depressed.
Not a great advertisement is it?
The path of least resistance, put simply, is going against anything in life that seems “forced”.
Turns out that 99.9% of the life I had created was indeed forced.
It had to go.
When I signed up for a life dedicated to the path of least resistance, boy oh boy, I did not know that losing everything was also what I had signed up for.
I became nothing.
On a deeper level of course I understood that allowing myself to become nothing was an important, advanced and very difficult spiritual practice that I had to undergo.
Since choosing the path of least resistance I have already experienced a moment of enlightenment, and I embody a kind of peace and feeling of being in love previously unknown to me.
The best part is that I only started practicing this path deliberately earlier this year, so how many more benefits are to come? Hubba Hubba.
I speak about this new found peace on my youtube channel.
Ironically then, when you first start this path it is not at all easy, even though it’s called least resistance.
It’s not easy because we are trained from birth to force everything – some of us are trained in this school of thought more strongly than others.
If you have some recent African ancestry (also known as people we call black), then the idea of striving and working hard for everything will most probably be very engrained.
This kind of striving often looks like; challenge, struggle, burden, aggression, control, anxiety and also fear and desperation.
Once you get into the habit of least resistance however, life really does start to flow.
Within two weeks, for example, I manifested £7000 to live off, whereas just two weeks prior I had no idea where the next lot of money would come from. I did this without worrying where money would come from, I just assumed that as long as I do not resist the now, then my needs will be met at the right time.
Divine time, as they say.
Making decisions whilst practicing this path can sometimes feel tricky though.
How do we know when we are genuinely driven by inspiration or and when we are acting out of fear and desperation?
The answer, I find, is simply; how does it feel? If the thoughts and behaviour related to the decision come with a calm lovingness then it’s probably inspiration. If we feel fearful and anxious then it’s probably an act of desperation.
Often when we act out of desperation we are actually trying to avoid a painful aspect of ourselves that has been repressed and shamed.
A quick way to get out of desperation is to acknowledge what we are in fear of, or what we are trying to escape from, and say “I am that I am”.
These 5 words are powerful. I’ve written about I Am That I Am extensively.
What about if the path of least resistance makes us lazy and unmotivated?
When you practice the path of least resistance you don’t need to worry that you might become lazy or unmotivated because motivated thoughts and desires naturally arise at the most appropriate time when we are ready for them.
You never know, whilst you’re on the path of least resistance you might just receive the most amazing business idea you’ve ever had, occuring exactly when you need it!
Divine time, as they say 😉
Peace. Love. Dopeness.