Trust Signals

Mountains of Arizona
Sunrise 29 Degrees
6:30 a.m.

Procrastination has gotten a pretty bad rap.

I think it’s pretty useful. Because so many things we do just aren’t worth doing.

In fact, I might venture to say that if you want to put it off, and you’re able to put it off, then maybe you shouldn’t be doing it at all. I don’t know, only you can know. But the desire to put it off is a pretty big clue.

Why do we override the signals our being sends to us?

It’s the same with food. Ask twenty different diet experts what to eat and you’ll get twenty different answers.

But it seems that no one exactly knows what’s best for the human form. They think they know, but clearly, nothing works for everyone.

What about just listening to your body?

How about you eat when you’re hungry and don’t eat when you’re not? How about you eat foods that make your body feel good and stop eating ones that don’t?

Why do we betray the signals of the most sophisticated physical form on this plane and force ourselves to do things contrary to those signals?

The core reason is that we trust others more than we trust ourselves.

What happens if you flip that upside down? What if you start making others earn your trust and you give trust to yourself, freely, as the only obvious expert on you?