Chapter 4. Create an Equilibrium

Creating an equilibrium in yourself involves looking at the way you use your time and energy. It means that you use up less energy doing difficult things and you are better able to withstand problems that come at you from unexpected directions. Your personal equilibrium needs to accommodate the ebbs and flows of life and the patterns of living that work best for you. An equilibrium that ties in with your values increases the likelihood of your being at peace with yourself. It also helps bring you an optimism rooted in practical reality rather than one permanently swayed by your emotional condition.

Why is creating an equilibrium important?

There are patterns in so many aspects of life. Your patterns of sleeping, ...

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