For me this is a part of 4-step mindfulness process called R.A.I.N – R – Recognize what is happening A – Allow life to be just as it is I Investigate with curriosity inner experience N – Non-Identification . Curiosity prepares me for non- identification with problem.
What you focus on grows
The hardest thing is to remember to be grateful. to see a wider picture, and not to be overwhelmed by the situation. And to develop faith in God’s plan. For that, practice spiritual discipline when things go well … But is never easy. Some reminder which you see first thing in the morning can help like picture, symbol or quote on gratefulness
Singing devotional songs from various religions and traditions in our multifaith center
It’s a question of authenticity – be fully grounded at the present moment, identify your values, recognize your masks and remove them, listen to your voice of conscience, talk less work more…
Only in the depth of silence, you can hear footsteps of God.
I am more awake when I remind myself to cultivate Beginner’s mind
By the unity of thoughts, words and deeds
Attachment. When I feel, in every day life, attachment to people, situations, things … then it becomes a challenge. But if I use that habit for attachment to God then it becomes a gift.
Phyllis Krystal: Cutting the Ties That Bind
At this time I want to learn to be more grateful during the whole day because it gives me answers to many of my questions like questions about how to reduce worries, strengthen faith, how to be at the present moment, how to stay positive … Gretefulness for me is like a panacea and the answer to many of my spiritual questions.
My body teaches me about transience and how important the present moment is.
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