CARE! (the verb) — The Transcript

Tom’s University. Care! That’s the class today. Care! Care, the verb. Care!

Care for yourself. Care for your life. Care for your energy. Care for your body. Care for your feelings. Care for everything about yourself.  It’s fundamental.  Caring for yourself is fundamental.  Caring for your life is fundamental.  If you’re not doing it at any moment in time, you’re off. Yeah.  And I’m saying that to myself.  If I’m not doing it at any moment in time, I’m off. And I’ll be the first to admit, I get off.  Yeah. Yeah. And I bet, if you’re here checking Tom’s University out or following Tom’s University or listening to any of the classes, you get off too.   Or maybe, you’re… maybe you’re not very skilled at caring for yourself.  Care!  Care! It’s a skill.

It’s a skill to care for yourself. It’s a skill to care for a project.  Care! Care! And you can learn the skill. And it’s a fundamental skill. To learn. To integrate. To be doing it all the time. When is it not in your best interest to be caring for yourself?  When?  When, in an average day of your life, whether it’s on the weekend or at work or school or family or vacation, when is it not in your best interest to care for yourself? Okay? When is it not in your best interest to care for yourself? Okay? Maybe you can’t even answer the question. Maybe you don’t have a good understanding or a good experience of what does it really mean to care for yourself, okay?   If you don’t really have a good understanding on what it really means to care for yourself, you just have ideas and concepts, you might not know how to answer that question.

Well, I’m telling you. I’ll answer it for you then. It’s never not in your best interest to… It’s never in your best interest to not be caring for yourself, for your life, for your body, for your feelings. For what’s going on with you in the moment. It’s never in your best interest. It’s always in your best interest to care for yourself.   So if you don’t get that… Well first of all if you get that, then keep checking Tom’s University out, because in almost every class there’s some aspect of learning this skill of caring for yourself, caring for your attention, caring for your choices, caring for your body, caring for all parts of your body, caring for your reality, caring for your truth, caring for your dreams, but it’s in the present moment. Caring only happens in the present moment.

Caring is a verb. Care! That’s the class. Care! Care! The verb, care!  And if you don’t have any experience or if you don’t get, “What does he mean to care for yourself? I care for myself, I think.” Yeah. Send me a message, send me an email, and I’ll give you some pointers how to study and evaluate the skill of caring for yourself and how skilled you are in caring for yourself. It’s fundamental. It’s your birth right to care for yourself. And what I’m telling you is in your best interest to be caring for yourself, not an idea of caring for yourself, but actually caring for yourself, for your aliveness, for your body, for your energy, for your movement, for your feelings, for your attention, for your mind, for all parts of your body, for all parts of you. Every moment is fundamental, for happiness, for optimal functionality, for relationships. Hello? You can’t care for another human being effectively if you don’t care for yourself. Okay, I’m adding on. I’m adding on. I’ll explore that in another class some more. Yeah. The class today is focused on care, the skill. Care, the verb. The verb care. Care for your life, for your reality. Care in this moment, in this moment, in every moment. It’s a fundamental skill. Care! That’s the class today.