Letting go of or examining everything I think I am or ought to be Maybe I could test this by experiences that take me out of my comfort zone?
I took a leap of faith volunteering at my library and park.
My parents have especially helped me through dark times.
I can be compassionate and let go gratefully by acknowledging goodness.
When my dog scratches himself on the grass or carpet. He rolls around and makes sounds. I think it is so funny to see him get such delight from a good scratching.
My children playing outside in the forest. Exploring and creating.
A good piece of dark chocolate.
My husband when he comes home from work.
My morning walk. The nature and people that pass by and our connection with one another.
Staying present and watching what comes up. Also to try something that scares me or makes me uncomfortable.
I won’t take everything so personal. Perhaps at this meeting it is just where this person is happy, sad, angry, etc. I cannot change that but I can be aware of my reaction and emotion. Questioning that. My un reactive state can then influence the person in meeting.
It would allow me to be kinder to myself and to others.
To get creative in the kitchen. No rushing.
Faith is allowing me to be more accepting to what is. I think I am doubting my faith in the world of reason and fact. Doubting allows me to question what works to live in peace and harmony.
Ask how is this serving me?
I plan to watch my thoughts and sit with them if I need to and then let them go. I plan to be kind to myself. I also plan to be present with my children. Be open with their interests and learn and listen from them.
I underestimate the strength and goodness of a collective group. It teaches me that being part of a group or club is a great way to form friendships. Connection.
My body allows me to breath. If I can breath I have life in this body. Today I will stop and acknowledge and have gratitude for my breath.
Through parenting by always showing up and loving unconditionally. Reminding my children and reassuring them that I am hear to listen and if they need help I will be present.
My doggy when he sits there like a King.
I think I have to be clear on my intentions first. I think that if I have my whole heart behind words it isn’t just to benefit me or look good or to please others. I think when I really have my whole heart in something it just happens without effort.
My husband lost his father to cancer a couple of months ago. He’s still quietly grieving. Being aware of his grief and remembering his father with him might be a way to help hm grieve openly?
I keep myself busy to avoid these feelings as well.
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