How Can You Live With Effortless Ease?

We interfere with our innate intelligence when we identify with our self-image and lose our inner self; when we lose our sense of connection with our soul, our source. All of these things interfere with flow, which instead moves easily and gracefully with unbroken continuity, hanging loose.

Why not choose the way of lasting happiness, freedom and grace?

  • You can live with effortless ease by allowing universal intelligence to flow through you without interference in the form of fear, resistance or attachment.
  • Inherent in every desire is the mechanics for its spontaneous fulfillment. Desire is pure potentiality seeking manifestation.
  • When you are stressed, when you anticipate problems, when you use too much effort, you constrict the flow of natureís intelligence as it moves from the unmanifest to the manifest.

Adapted from Power, Freedom, and Grace by Deepak Chopra (Amber-Allen Publishing, 2006).

50 comments

Ben Oscarsito
Ben O4 years ago

"...Why not choose the way of lasting happiness, freedom and grace?..."
Oh, man...if it was that easy!

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Ram Reddy
Ram Reddy4 years ago

Thank you

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Elena T.
Elena P4 years ago

Thank you :)

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Duane B.
.4 years ago

Thank you for sharing.

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Rosie Jolliffe
Rosie Lopez5 years ago

wonderful article thanks!

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Siobhan James
Siobhan James5 years ago

These words are true however extremely hard to adhere to on a daily basis.

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Heather Marvin
Heather Marvin5 years ago

A great place to get to. We all need time out. Let go, let God.

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Ron B.
Ron B5 years ago

Just live within the Republican Bubble. The 1% are good. They will take care of you. Someday you will become one of them. All is well.

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Patty B.
Patty B5 years ago

I do not know which world he lives in but I am certain most of us do not dwell in that world.

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Piper W.
Piper W.5 years ago

If you live with effortless ease, are you really living?

To quote Captain Kirk:
"Damn it, Bones, you're a doctor. You know that pain and guilt can't be taken away with a wave of a magic wand. They're the things we carry with us, the things that make us who we are. If we lose them, we lose ourselves. I don't want my pain taken away! I need my pain!"

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