By not rushing in..., but just resting your awareness on the breath, you learn that a great many things do not need to be fixed immediately.
Your mind doesn’t need to be constrained by what’s going on in your head; it can be vast, open and free, like the sky.
Open all your senses wide and fully experience the ordinary moments in the world around you. You may find it’s not so ordinary at all!
Choosing to be deeply mindful of the good things in our lives brings a positive focus – and many mental health benefits – into our lives.
Trying to predict what’s going to happen tomorrow, next month or next year drags you away from the present moment.
Be gentle with yourself first thing in the morning. Pay attention to how your body feels and what it needs...
What would you rather experience—the freshness of this moment or re-runs of old memories and old thoughts playing in your head?
“All of us need some space inside and around us to be truly happy... Space is freedom, and freedom is the foundation of true happiness.”
Try using interruptions to remind you to pause and tune in to the present moment in your day-to-day life...