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Inner reflection takes honesty, detachment and courage. With these three virtues active, look at what you wish to continue doing. It is important to reflect on what is working and appreciate your efforts in cooperating in this. Value what is good and positive.
This is an experience I had in meditation this morning. I thought to share it with you. I am being pulled out of this old role I am playing. There is a gentle hand guiding me. I feel that I am stuck in a few places. It is like a glue that needs to be…
Traditionally parents and teachers have used “time outs” as a method to control behaviour. What if you took a “time in”? A time in to reflect, be silent, listen to your thoughts, see what you are feeling, and choose to maybe get out of your negative space.
Our pain, both physical and emotional, can teach us tremendously. We need to adopt an attitude of acceptance and humility.
What culture are we living in that all members are in one room looking at a screen? Take a few minutes and reflect on the culture you are setting in your home or in your car. Close your device and open your eyes to something new. Stop blaming the kids. Stop being mad at technology. Instead, be creative, create enthusiasm, be courageous.
The most important thing you can do is to connect to your own virtue of peace. To connect with it, embody it and vibrate peace.
Mindfulness is so beautiful, it actually gives you time. Carving out a few moments, helps you to recharge, focus and concentrate, giving you the time to do all the things you want to do.
Mindfulness is a journey that starts off at the beginning of my day, “Who am I? Why am I here?” Through meditation and reflection I awaken my virtues and choose to sustain them throughout my day.