Well, not as often as I used to – but I do it enough anyway. This sorta follows Frizz’s answer to yesterdays blog
So Joseph Goldstein has given me a few wake up calls over the years; the latest is no different. Just another facet, another post, another mention of letting go . . .
The practice is a process unfolding, and it unfolds in its own time.
It is like the flowers that grow in the spring. Do you pull them up to make them grow faster? I once tried to do that with carrots in my first garden when I was eight years old. It does not work.