I have never claimed, nor do I consider myself, to be a "teacher" on this forum. I am a student of life and continue with lessons learned through the prism of consciousness. It is a daily work-in-progress of self-reflection, reflection of others, feedback and the resulting choices that one makes. Awareness plays an important role in the outcome of the decision to choose the direction of one's "experience packet". Awareness of those actualized past choices is,in part, a link to the questions that you pose.
First time posting on here. Been lurking for a bit, but hoping to get some insight and opinions.
Lately I have a really hard time not doing anything. I feel like I always have to be constantly working on something or being productive. Thinking about it, I feel like it might be related to fear of wasting time and not doing enough. I have a hard time watching TV or doing anything that I feel like doesn't really benefit me in some sort of growth.
Do you know why, in the past, you had a hard time doing anything, wasting time and not doing enough?
Is this good for me? It's pushing me to be productive and be more careful of my time.
Only you can answer that question. Is it a good for you to forego spending quality time with family?
But, it's also restricting me from just relaxing and enjoying a movie with my wife and kids.
Since when is quality time spent relaxing and enjoying a movie with family non-productive? Why are you
from just relaxing and enjoying a movie with your wife and kids? Years ago, I received a lesson in time management; a balance of priorities.