It has been advised, down through the ages, that we spend six days being active with what’s important to us, and spend the seventh day at rest. Do you know what it means to be “at rest”? It means to calm the mind, and spend some time getting into the FEELING state of reaping the harvest for the six days of labor.
What do you want to accomplish with your hard work?
What does it look like when the outcome is accomplished? How do you look?
What does it FEEL like to be able to say, “I’ve accomplished my mission and I’m satisfied with the manifestation in every way” ?
If you fail to make the distinction of what it FEELS like to achieve the desire that you’ve worked six days to acquire, you miss the mark; you find plodding off to work, week after week, wondering what the hell it’s all about.
You win at what’s important to you when you learn to spend one day a week resting the mind so you can FEEL the realness of those dreams that you’ve been working hard to make come true.