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Flow: When we align DOing with BEing


Reading Stephanie is this little dive I make into an open feminine space. She’s a quiet homecoming. 🙂



We live in a  culture that worships doing.

The more you do, the more busy you are, the more “successful” you must be.

It’s exemplified by the question we’re asked from an early age; “What do you want to be?” Not “Who do you want to be?” or “How do you want to be?”

This is key, because we ARE before we DO.Being is primary. 

We’ve kind of forgotten that and it’s led to a whole lotta shit.

Being and Doing

BEing is a state; who you are, what is there when there is no (active) DOing. It’s the subtle vibration that is this living being (that’s you) in the silence, in the absence of doing. Being is the space between two breaths. It is the moment you wake up, before mental activity kicks in. It is the embodied aliveness of existing, in the absence of effort.


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Author: ridicuryder

Cloaked & Variable Character(s) who only make sense if read from the beginning - start at the Ride Along Reader's Guide (Nov 2012) then pick up Contraption Attachment Disorder from July 2012. RidicuRyder is a fictional adventure layered over an actual trip. Our Adventurers have strange takes on things like Lisps, Motorcycles, Montreal Steak Spice, Mental Health and The End of the World (Evolving our species just sorta happens by accident). New for 2013 - opinion pieces in between trip stories.

7 thoughts on “Flow: When we align DOing with BEing

  1. That must be why I’m such an idle sod

  2. Anyone who thinks they don’t need to read Stephanie’s post, needs to read it more than they realise.
    Thanks for sharing.

  3. I get where you’re coming from, but I totally value doing. I can be from bed. Doing is what I miss when I’m not well enough.

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