How to Do Nothing and Accomplish Everything
I hardly do any work. Much of what I do is “Creative Work” or “Play” or “Spending time doing what I enjoy”.
Genius at work is Genius at play.
“To fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting.” – Sun Tzu, Art of War.
The world makes it seem that there is much glory in going through much difficulty and struggle to succeed. But that is an inferior accomplishment. To succeed effortlessly is the best success.
“Many of mankind’s most important inventions, advances, discoveries, and theories were originally conceived for the purpose of play or as a result of play. The Wright Brothers didn’t envision the enormous practical value of their sport. They were just having a ball trying to get that collection of bicycle parts airborne. Nor did Edison and Berliner even begin to think their gramophone could be used as a method of reproducing music. Did Marconi think that his monkeying around with the first radio would result in CBS, NPR, MTV, and Pampers commercials? Hardly. Inventors often have no idea what practical purpose their inventions will have. They are simply caught up in the fun of discovery.”
“Many of the world’s most significant theories and discoveries were not even made during the proper workday. Galileo, though formally trained in medicine, found his joy (and chiseled his name in history) in playing with various objects to find their center of gravity. Gregor Mendel, a cloistered monk, fathered the science of genetics through his hobby — gardening. To escape the plague, Sir Isaac Newton left his studies in the city and went to a country retreat. Bored, he filled his time playing with ideas about a universal theory of gravitation. Believe it or not, even Einstein was flabbergasted that someone (Buckminster Fuller) thought his Theory of Relativity had practical value.”
“SUCCESS IS INVERSELY PROPORTIONAL TO HARD WORK. This means, as effort and hard work become less, success becomes more. As you move towards effortlessness, success moves towards infinity.”
“If something is not being done effortlessly, then forget it. If it looks like if is too much work, something is telling you it is not the way. Only when something comes together effortlessly and simply fits, with no one doing too much to it, is it right. If you all begin to live like this, you will completely change how the species of consciousness approaches life.
If your assignment is moving bricks from here to there, how are you going to do it? Your first answer may be, “Well, I will move them. I’ll pick them up.” However, you could go call someone up and say, “Move these bricks for me.” If you do that, you are still doing the assignment. You are doing what needs to be done. Do you think we are going to chastise you if you don’t do it yourself? No. You are still getting the job done. You see the difference?
Money seems to be an issue with everyone. You all have very definitive beliefs about how money comes to you. The more you believe you must work hard for money, the harder you are going to have to work. Many of you believe it is quite normal to work hard for money, and that if you don’t work hard for money then it is “dirty.” Let us ask you to remember the word effortless and incorporate it into your vocabulary. Say to yourself, “I am effortlessly intending that this come about.” To be effortless is to command to reality to bring itself to you in a way that gives room for plenty of energy to be expended in other experimentation.”
- Bringers of the Dawn (Fifth Dimensional Beings known as The Pleiadians)
“As you practice your more positive, better-feeling story, in time your pleasure will become the dominant vibration within you, and then as you couple your pleasure with your means of earning, the two will blend perfectly and enhance each other. There is no better way to earn money than to do the things that you love to do. Money can flow into your experience through endless avenues. It is not the choice of the craft that limits the money that flows—but only your attitude toward money.”
“Everything you do is for the purpose of the joy that it is giving you. And so, when you don’t see something through, it means that it stopped producing the joy that you were hoping to receive. Of course, it is always better if you have anticipated something and you’ve stayed lined up with it. If you’re lined up with it, then it’s joy when you’re thinking about it even before you start, and it’s joyful as you start, and it’s intoxicating as you’re going, and it’s fulfilling as you do it, and it’s satisfying as you finish it and you’re in alignment the whole way on that.”
- Abraham Hicks (Source Level Nonphysical Energy Beings)
“Lighten up! Life is not supposed to be ‘serious,’ at least that was not what you intended before you came here. As you lighten up and relax into your connection you will find (as you have found) that life becomes simpler and more joyful and more exciting!”
“Relax a little bit with it. The more you relax, the easier it will be to tap into the thought stream you are looking for. That is how some people pick up an instrument so quickly. There is strong desire without resistance, establishing a pure vibration and a sense of ease that allows them to quickly access their inner knowing, and enables contact with the thought streams connected to the subject.”
- Conversations with My Higher Self (Same Entity as Abraham Hicks)
“It’s hard to explain when things are going well. When I write something I like, I ask myself, “Who wrote that?” And I tell myself, “I didn’t. I don’t know where it came from.” And yet I do know this. . . . It seems effortless.”
- NEIL SIMON, BROADWAY PLAYWRIGHT (1927– )
“When I have those fantastic moments when all is happening right, it’s so easy. I say to myself, “My God, it’s so easy.” To me the ultimate idea is total concentration, to eliminate all impeding outside ideas and thoughts. So the moment I step onstage, I have a straight line of concentration. From then on everything is spontaneous.”
- EDWARD VILLELLA, AMERICAN BALLET DANCER (1936– )
“I will always choose a lazy person to do a difficult job, because he will find an easy way to do it.”
- Bill Gates
SNSD (Girls’ Generation) is the most successful Girl Group in South Korea (and in the world), and they got there through the Lazy way to Success. They even got a song for it called “LAZY GIRL”.
“The formula for our own success is to first be still (do nothing). The fulfillment of all the goals of education is to teach doing nothing. The formula to solve the world’s problems is for many people to properly do nothing. The formula for knowing God (accomplishing everything) is to first be still (do nothing). So by seeking first the Kingdom of God (which is done by being still or doing nothing), we get everything (all else is added unto you). So, my friends, now you have the ultimate formula for accomplishing everything, receiving all you could ever want in life, and solving the world’s problems. You simply do nothing. This is the ultimate lazy way to success. With that, I rest my case — in the fullest, but most alert sense of the word – REST.”
- The Lazy Way to Success
”Doing nothing” here doesn’t literally mean no action. It means “non-acting” action. It means alignment of energy comes first. Get in the Vortex. Take action that is inspired – creative action that you enjoy. No struggle, no resistance; Maximum ease. Relax, have fun, be happy. Turn work into play, or do what you love. Have less cares, have less worries. In essence, be a free spirit.
Success is directly proportional to the amount of creative work done in an effortless manner.