And I’m curious…how are you being in this new world of ours? Consider: •What emotions are you upleveling? •What meditations are you using? •What mindfulness practices are you taking with you throughout the day? •And…how do you get stuck and get out of it?
Be gentle with yourself as you integrate and adapt to new ways of living on this amazing planet.
Imagine what you are looking for is looking right at you…but you can’t see it.
How do you make the invisible visible? •Pause. •Close your eyes and open into a spacious mindset. •Soften your body with the energy of kindness. •Gently open your eyes •View the world with the fresh eyes of Beginners Mind.
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Today as you interact pause quietly and look into the unique face in front of you. Imagine you are able to read this face like a book.
Reading the joys that have been experienced. Reading the hardships and suffering that have been lived through. Reading on the face the grace and serenity, the welcomings, the rejections, the wholeheartedness and the fears.
As you read the face watch for the evolution. It’s embedded there too.
When you have a moment, find a mirror to look within.
Study your face as if you have never seen it before. This is the physical you. Breathing in and out: What do you notice as you study your face? Breathing in and out: Now what do you notice? Breathing in and out: And now…what do you notice?
What is being shown that you thought was invisible?
Story Lines can be invaluable when it is time to learn something. But when the teaching is over, the need for the Story Line is over. By letting go and moving away from the story we open up into even more of who we are.
A Mindful Practice for Today! •Choose the Story Line that has stopped serving you. •Firmly order your Monkey Mind to stop juicing the Story Line with attention. •Tell your Inner Critic to walk away from it and find another Story Line that will serve you. •Watch your Gremlin put the unneeded Story Line on the back parking lot of your mind. •And now…settle into the aliveness within you…what do you notice? •Keep me posted! I’m doin’ it with you!
“It’s only in the looking back do we see the straight and narrow.” Darrell Scott – Crooked Road.