As I mentioned earlier, whenever you reach a zone where you are happy, quietly excited, and seeing unexpected miracles, you are plugged in. Once there, business flows, problems melt, and you breathe easier. The temptation is to try to stay “plugged in.” Please don’t.
Trying to hold on to that zone comes from a deeper fear that life can’t be this good and that, somehow, you always will (which you won’t) return to the lower, bad-feeling, and battery-draining unplugged zone.
It’s not about staying plugged in. It’s about how quickly you can recognize you are unplugged and plug yourself back in.
In your corner,
PS: Keep plugging back in and plugging back in.