A teacher in India once said to me that the yogic path is not one of evolution but devolution. That we are not working to become more complex but more simple.
In devolving, we are not working on ourselves to be more, know more, think more, or do more, but to become truer to our simplest self. We are already whole and unbroken and completely worthy in every way for just being.
The work is shedding everything that is not us, down to our simplest self. Everything we have added trying to be worthy obscures us from ourselves and others. But, the simpler we get, the more source speaks to us. Life gets easier. We become more loving and more loved. Not because we got it right, but because we didn’t need anything extra, because who we are is inherently worthy, loving and loveable.
In simplicity there is little to plan or figure out, by being able to get quiet, do less, to wait and listen, we will have everything we need to know and do. Getting simple opens the doors to everything you already have, which is more than you will ever need or even yet realize.