Do you prefer playing a minim over a crotchet in life? To hold the note down long, or to quickly tap it? Again, this poses the question are you patient in life?
Being inquisitive and noting your deep core passions is important. It can be hard to take time out, and spend time on your passions in life, as there is so much going on, especially with this technological evolution/revolution we are in.
It is very important to have a balance, as in most workplaces you are on the computer for most of your working hours. Your evening times could then be spent on your laptop and phone all night long, missing out on meaningful quality time with your loved ones, friends and family. Taking a break from screen time is important. Again, a balance in everything, when it comes to work, rest and play.
When it comes to passion, one can delve deep within of what your core passion is. If it is a true passion of yours and you enjoy it, keep going with it. It is great to find a passion, that sways away from the synchronicity of daily life. It could be boxing, gymnastics, the drums, zumba, learning a new language, art class and so on. Tap in to your creative quarter of your brain. It takes effort and time to delve deep to your core to do this, this is done through mind, body and soul.
Always remember the important things you are passionate about and what makes you tick. For me, I have gone back to playing the piano. Previously, with part-time study, work and coaching, I left the piano to the side. Now, having gone back to play, I realised how much I missed playing it. As I thoroughly enjoy it, I get a satisfaction and after spending time of practising a piece and when the piece connects together, it feels good. Hard work goes a long way.
In order to take up something new, it is important to be open to change and to push yourself out of your comfort zone. If you want change in your life, and you expect things to change without you doing anything, it won’t happen. If you are open to change, it is to be proactive about this and be ready to delve deep.
It is also important to remember to keep at it. It can get frustrating at times yes, when you relate this to life in general, for example if things get in the way. Keep going, and enjoy the new learning curve, incorporating memory and focus. But remember, connect your core to the rhythm and beat of the journey!