“Too much of anything can be something that will only serve to lessen your experience of it. So even if a little of something is desirable and pleasant for you, you cannot just assume that more will equal a bigger impact on you. Not in the way that you would prefer to be impacted, at least.
Even something that is considered to be very good for you can lead you down a path that will only keep you from the desired outcome. So when we give you processes and ideas about different things that you can do and engage with, we are asking you to incorporate something into your lives. But you do not have to do anything at all. And so applying yourself with a spiritual practice can actually take you further from what was meant for you to experience by the one who gave it to you.
So we are not wanting to give you a rule, or a law, to live by, such as: ‘moderation in all things.’ That is not our desire here. We just want you to recognize when you are pushing yourselves, when you are overdoing it, when you are treating something like a job, when you are creating a chore for yourself. We want you to know that the perfect amount of anything is determined by you in the moment that you are engaging with it.
You can always tell when you have had enough. You can always tell when you are pushing it beyond the limitation that you are creating for yourselves. You are creating a perfect exit point for yourselves with everything that you are engaging with, and it is up to you to sense it, to acknowledge it, and to honor it.
No one can tell you how much of something is right for you. That is something that you can determine from moment to moment and from day to day. You can continue to reevaluate whether this thing that you once thought you needed a certain amount of every day is in fact still serving you.
By all means, we are suggesting that you relax. Relax when it comes to your life. Relax when it comes to your spiritual practices. Relax when it comes to your free time activities. There’s no need for you to turn anything into a regimen. Let yourselves decide whether you want to engage with something or not and when it is appropriate for you to let go of that thing, to let go of that practice.
Be gentle with yourselves. Be kind to yourselves. Be lenient with yourselves. And you will receive all of the benefit that activity, any practice, could possibly give you.
We are The Hathors. We thank you. And we wish you a fond good day.”