What I used to do is every time I stopped at a traffic light, or ate breakfast or dinner, or got in bed at night, or any regular activity I did during the day, I would become still in my mind. You could try that to remember to accept what is at your regular activities, it takes practice but lasts a long time. I still, 20 years later “be still” at traffic lights, but now I don’t need reminders to “be still.”
Hi Kristi, I hear you and you need not struggle, I hope you are on your way to experiencing the peace and joy already existing within your Being….if you’d like support for your “journey” email me [email protected] I have made that journey and am now “Home” and maybe I can guide you if you would like….
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