I believe it is important to slow down, breathe and pay attention to everything that happens around you. This will allow you to find answers from within on what, who and why all of these people/things matter the most.
I think extensively when I am upset. My train of thoughts get negative and all my energy is channelised into thinking things that make me feel worse. Through mindfulness, I want to reach a place where I am just able to observe my thoughts and not make judgements. I support the idea of a non judgemental and free world where people can just be.
I like to gently close my eyes, take a few deep breaths and recite the Gayatri Mantras 12 times(in my mind). It illuminates my mind and helps me connect with the true purpose of life.
I want to open my heart and make space for compassion, love & happiness towards my brother. He has been diagnosed with severe schizophrenia for over 15 years now. I do not know his suffering but I want to work on speaking more compassionately with him.
I have been thanked for providing homeless and needy people with food and clothing.
I have a wonderful husband who thanks me everyday for the meals I prepare. My dear ones thank me for loving them unconditionally everyday. My friends thank me for listening to them without judgement.
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