Law of Least Action
Wholeness: Time management systems help you prioritize and track the action steps of what you want to accomplish. “Time is a conception to measure eternity” (Maharishi on the Bhagavad-Gita 4-1)
- Steven Covey in “First things First” describes a top down approach to time management that emphasizes effectiveness and what’s most important rather than efficiency. Highest first.
- David Allen in “Getting Things Done” describes a bottom up approach to time management, the goal of which is to get stuff out of your head and into a trusted system, so you can have a clear mind and be present on the task at hand. “By utilizing the skill of bringing the activity of the mind to a state of stillness and from that point starting the activity, the energy necessary to perform the action will be least.” (Maharishi – Science of Being and Art of Living)
- Evernote is free software that can be used as a repository for all your digital stuff including todo lists and reference material .That stuff may be text, PDFs, spreadsheets, photos, videos, audio, file attachments, scanned-in papers. All of the content of the repository is easily accessible from a desktop, tablet or smartphone. Everything emerges from pure consciousness.
CONNECTING THE PARTS OF KNOWLEDGE
WITH THE WHOLENESS OF KNOWLEDGE
Do Nothing, Accomplish Everything
Surface Level: Various systems have emerged to help busy people utilize time wisely and effectively.
Subtle Level: A clear, innocent mind is most attuned to gaining support of natural law in order to accomplish most.
Transcendental Consciousness is the timeless repository of all possibilities.
Unity Consciousness: In Unity Consciousness time is seen in terms of the timeless Self.