THINK OF TIME AS ACCOMPLISHMENT. | The Female Grail with Durga Holzhauser


The fall of to-do lists.

My garden is my master of time. She is in an eternal state, shifting blooms from tension to rigidity, from breaking forms to beauty.

I asked her: “How do you understand time?”
“In cycles of obeisance: from suppleness to realization.” She sings.

We have to revolutionize our relationship with time. There is never quite enough time. We have no time, not enough time, all the time. Time and space define our life. But have we defined them?

“I need to cross items off my lists,” I say to my garden.
She just daydreams and creates anyway; she does not even take me seriously.
“Oh yes, oh yes,” she says. “I will ask the flowers. They may know.”

Turning my productivity into creation.

Each morning I am thrilled by the universal flow. Shivers in showers.
So many great ideas fall into my imagination every day. Too many, too much.
I want to know which is the right idea to pursue.

Here is a recipe that guides me in flowing through with my day with relaxation.


(To start my day and not spoil it from the beginning.)

In the morning I sing the Subrabatham chant. This song awakens God within. Sanskrit makes ma souls swing. I am there.


I flow. A golden and peaceful river of perfection.
There I dream in accomplishment of my day’s tasks.
POPS of joy. Fulfilled.

I ask: What wants to be fulfilled today?

I make a soft structure. Little anchors of the day.
Feel what wants to be done at what time of the day.
Become a river. You will reach the destinations.

I start my day. Flow. Listen for ways to add innovation and creativity. Charge up my resources. Think: wholeness, relaxation, expansion, and clarity in lifelines. Time expands. I pray with the moments; the details are my meditations now.

Not more than 3 in a day. I celebrate each one.
Flow into them until they’re filled up. I want POPs of JAYs. More.

When I fall out, am stressed, overwhelmed, disorganized, I go back to my garden, saying: “We have to start from the beginning. Be patient with me. I promise I am a devoted disciple.”

She offers me a flower.
To me flowers symbolize enlightenment, revolution, regeneration and global thriving.

By naming flowers as tools for time management, I push forward this conversation.

May my secret awaken your secret means of lifting your projects into full potential, to flow divinely every day.

Let us flow.