“You always drop by, to enlighten my mind, when my wings are feeling heavy & I’ve forgotten how to fly.” 

Curtis Tyrone Jones
Pair of Shoes by Vincent VanGogh

More on Heaviness

“I believe that with all things in life, there is a constant need to let go of the idea of “trying hard”, there’s a heaviness in trying hard to get something, have something or be something. As long as people comply with the idea of “trying hard” they will constantly remain in a place of heaviness. The opposite of this is the state of allowing, of setting out the intentions of what you wish, putting in the required action and not self-sabotaging yourself by “trying hard” or expecting results to unfold in a particular way. Anything that’s worth something to you in life such as love, abundance, freedom, peace is in a continuous state of flow. A state of lightness is the only way to allow yourself to go with the flow of things. Heaviness only makes you become a rocky solid object at the bottom of the stream. You can see the flow of things in the life of others who embody the lightness, but you yourself become unmovable in your state of heaviness, as if blocking the flow from reaching you. Will you let yourself move with the flow of abundance or sink at the bottom with the heaviness of your scarcity mindset?” 
Virgil Kalyana Mittata Iordache

“If you are heavy luggage, it does not matter where you go. You will still find the journey tedious” 
Srividya Srinivasan

“Take a flying leap at the sun. Don’t let your thoughts weigh you down.” 
Marty Rubin

Heaviness      /ˈhevēnəs/     noun

  • the quality of having great weight “Olivia felt the heaviness of her backpack”
  • great density or thickness “the heaviness of the paint”
  • lack of delicacy or grace; coarseness “a certain heaviness of style”
  • the quality of food being hard to digest “the cloying heaviness of snacking on cheese”
  • a state of being greater in amount, force or intensity than usual “the heaviness of the rains in the valley caused flooding”
  • the quality of being oppressive or overpowering to the senses “the heaviness of a hop aroma”
  • (in relation to rock music) the quality of having a strong bass component and a forceful rhythm “the total heaviness of much of this record”
  • the quality of being very important or serious “a few cartoon gags were introduced into the film to lighten its heaviness”
  • a mentally oppressive feeling, especially of sadness or grief “he felt the heaviness of los as he watched her go”

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