Where is technology leading us?

There are influences that won't stop pushing unless we draw a line in the sand and say, "Enough." Any smoker, any alcoholic, anybody who undertakes a spiritual path or path of healing reaches that point.

It's concerning, of course, the minds of men who design such objects but we all have the right to create.

Far more concerning is the lack of resistance and open armed embrace of those influences—not just technological—that erode human dignity and humanity itself.

It is worth, perhaps more than ever, getting curious about the why of this.

Photo credit: VR face, by Norman Chan for Tested.com

Allow your heart.

Follow your heart.

This entails a sense of doership. Effort, even. Some action needs to be taken to follow your heart, and before that, a choice.

It's not so much we want to follow where our hearts lead, but more allow its movements to unfold naturally.

This entails getting out of the way, which further entails not thinking about the particular movement or inspiration. This is the opposite of doing. It's doing without doing.

This way, we move into effortless living and total heart, head, hand alignment.