No Mind, Empty Hands


Stepping into the Canvas with empty hands. Last week we spoke of Mushin No Shin ( no mind)…along with no mind we need empty hands, embracing all possibilities that could be. With an open heart, no mind and empty hands, new beginnings are just around the corner. Put the past behind, clear your thoughts and fill your being with abundance mentality. Mushin No Shin, or no mind, we charge our conscious to let go of previous thoughts and invite us to be fully present within the canvas. In letting go of yesterday’s baggage, our hands are freed to grasp new beginnings, new opportunities. May your hands be emptied, heart opened and a new reality manifested.

Mushin No Shin: The Art Of Letting Go

Stepping into the Canvas with Mushin. Mushin is a Japanese term for without mind. Meaning that an individual’s practice of self-mastery allowed them to enter a state of no thought and no emotions. They merely allow the flow of life to guide them through their daily events or specific tasks, seeming effortlessly accomplishing their tasks. To reach a place of no mind, we must first let go of any pent-up emotions…letting go of any self-defeating thoughts. As we step out today, try to focus on letting go of what we think things should be and replace it with an attitude of awe. With no mind, we accept the day as a new beginning…everyday. Doing so…we enjoy the Canvas and all its beauty!