Instead of doing an elaborate practice today, I did something quite different. I only did the tai chi form, rather than the two qi gong forms first, interspersed with push-ups. When I was done, I did the druidry daily practice I’m using these days. And then I stopped.
Refreshing. Simplified. Empowering. Felt good.
I’ve spent so much time on elaborating and iterating my practice toward perfectionism, between the poems and the push-ups, I forgot that this was about making me feel empowered. And when I “collapsed” my practice down to its two most basic exercises, it feels good.
I may try this again tomorrow. Or, I may go back to my usual form. We’ll see.