Imagine having a mind like that — it doesn’t get attached, it doesn’t need things to be a certain way
In other words, all of our most difficult situations are our Beautiful Practice Grounds!
That suggestion in itself can be frustrating for some — why should we have to change our own behavior when it’s the other person who is being aggravating?
One of the best discoveries I’ve made is that my entire life can be a huge adventure.
Expand your range by not allowing yourself to shrink.
It’s important to understand that none of these were completely new rituals — I have had some of them for a long time, but have been inconsistent with them.
I had to create silence and stillness, so that listening was even possible.
It all keeps piling up, and it can feel overwhelming.
Sit still for a moment, and just feel what it feels like to be alive.
Let’s dive in and see how we can create a multi-pronged approach to coping with these urges and addictions.
What keeps us from this life of mindful focus and meaningful work?
The fear of uncertainty can lead a lot of people to put off moving into a new space in their lives, but I’ve learned to embrace this fear, to dive into it, to see it as a place of growth and transformation and learning.
We can figure out how to overcome the difficulties that often plague our habit-changing attempts
When we get angry, it’s usually because someone else behaved in a way we don’t like. (It could also be our own actions, or just the situation in general, that we don’t like.)
You will of course modify this to fit your needs, but you can see some of the most important elements.
Take a step towards your dreams today by writing them down, and making a plan.