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  1. Great idea! As a kid, I wanted to be like Indiana Jones. In my 20's, I wanted to be like Yoda. Now I want to be like both.
    7 points
  2. Share a little more about yourself and let us know something that most people don't know about you. For instance... What did your childhood self yearn to be when he/she/they grew up? When was the last time you laughed until you cried? What was your biggest mistake turned lesson? What are you afraid of, big or small? What unique quirks do you have? This list of questions is by no means exhaustive of where this can go. Use your imagination to dig for something wild/surprising/unusual or share something totally 'normal' (whatever normal is) and relatable.
    4 points
  3. Today, is my anniversary. I feel that is a major win. After 20 years we have made it through some challenging times. I believe the good outweighs the bad and love concurs all. I am glad that we were able to stick it out and hold on to one another. Also Today I received notice that I will be graduating on September 25th with my Bachelors in Business Administration. I started working on this degree in 2011 I have had to overcome much adversity to make it to this finish line. This is two major accomplishments. Never let anything stop you from crossing the finish line. No matter how long it takes you can always make it.
    4 points
  4. In this moment. Present, Aware, Resilient. (Above par)
    4 points
  5. Most mornings I'll do 30 min. of some form of exercise i.e. class, training session. I follow that up with a 10-15 min. walk in nature with my dog. Since I have been increasing my meditation and mindfulness practice over the past two years. I notice the sights, sounds and smells of nature are all around me. It gives me an opportunity to do a meditation walk, or gratitude or love and kindness reflection.That is what the start of a mindful day looks like to me.
    3 points
  6. I Iove to keep a morning routine that supports me throughout the day. It bring with waking and paying grateful attention to my rested and pain free body, and my easy breathing. Or if needed, I offer myself compassion for pain or restlessness. I attend to the loud demands of my cat before making tea and sitting for 20minutes meditation with my tea. After that I go for a half hour run/walk before turning my attention to breakfast and work or other plans for that day.
    3 points
  7. good lists ....for me the big one is audio books ....no screen time and takes me away to other places or doing taichi/yoga ...ive built my own taichi style (based on a few others ive done in the past) ....designed to fit in a smallish room cheers dany
    3 points
  8. 1. Breathwork/Mindfulness Practices/Stillness/Prayer/Gratitude Practices 2. Unplugging. 3. Cuddles and walks with my dog, tuning in to my surroundings.
    3 points
  9. A lot of mindfulness-related notions and principles make a lot of sense when we're feeling balanced and, at minimum, 'okay.' But, it can be so hard to embody this knowing when anxiety or fear arises strongly. Does anyone have insights or specific practices that have proven helpful in these instances? I'm often amazed at how simple breath awareness - even for 10 seconds!! - can greatly reduce any feelings of stress and anxiety when it's risen. However, it's sometimes difficult to even remember this simple trick!
    3 points
  10. You are on the right track. Stay focused, remain grateful and take in every moment today.
    3 points
  11. I have had a lot of stress lately, and not wanting to do follow my mindful eating course. I was starting to gain more weight again, but redoing some of the earlier meditations have really helped, and doing this meditation for stress is really helping! Thank you so much! And giving myself loving kindness and acceptance is helping so much! So grateful I am here! Thank you everyone!
    3 points
  12. Stay positive, be true to yourself and you can achieve your dreams!
    3 points
  13. Now, I realized that I need to maintain work life balance. I am planning accordingly and enjoying life now.
    3 points
  14. Hi Abby, Is Mindful Meditation is for everyone? No, it is for all who want it. Learning the Positive outcomes of it will illustrate over time; it is not a Cure-all either. When appropriate, it could also be utilized as an adjunct to Therapy as well; based on my experience as a former Clinical Therapist. In another post to you I recommended the following link to Tara Brach: https://www.tarabrach.com/guided-meditations/
    3 points
  15. Way to delve in deeper! This is very thought provoking. I suppose the values that drive the pursuit to be of service to others would be: Accountability Prosperity Altruism Goodness Those are just a few core values that would entice me to always be thinking of others.
    3 points
  16. I have mentioned in the past that I was a therapist for children and their parents. As such I kept abreast of the programming for children on television. Mr. Roger's neighborhood was one of those shows. I hope that other responders to Gillian's quote won't take offense if this former therapist says that when Mr. Rogers said " I like you just the way you are!" he spoke to the essence of the quote. He was saying that he loved, valued and affirmed the worth of every being in the context of all that made them up. Our task as adults is to do the same thing to and for ourselves. Continuing to unfurl the growth that keeps bursting forth if we permit it to do so. Daniel A. Detwiler
    3 points
  17. We went out to dinner and just spent time talking. We are taking our oldest to move into College next weekend so we are going to spend time at the lake near Michigan City.
    3 points
  18. I shared this as a gallery image, but I'm sharing it here as well to encourage discussion if anyone wants to comment on it. The quote, which I love very much, is this: “We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. We are made up of layers, cells, constellations.” Anaïs Nin
    3 points
  19. Anxiety is the reason I got into mindfulness. I totally agree. I'll suddenly become aware that I'm not taking full breaths at times. When I get like this, I grab my disc golf bag and hit the course. I work from home, so getting out and away from my desk is paramount to my mental health. I've also gotten back into weightlifting after a 6 month hiatus, which I'll never do again. My stress got so bad a few months ago, that I started having vertigo-like symptoms. I was dizzy anytime I was in an upright position. My hypothalamus was the culpret according to my chiro. He gave me some supplements and that really helped, but getting back into the gym and better eating habits have really helped. But I will say meditation has 10X'd the benefits of all those things. Incredibly powerful.
    3 points
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  22. Would you be happier with more control over what happens in your life or more control over your response to what happens? How could you gain more such control? I was thinking about the same question before. I did asked myself am I be more happier when I can control more things or the thing happens in my life. I know I won't be happier because that mean that I will lose trusting to others and I will become a controller. Being a controller is stressful because it means that I have to handle everything everyone every moment in my life so when thing didn't happen in my expect then I will started getting panic and fear because from my insecurity. I won't be more happier with more control but I will feel more comfortable when thing under my control. I think feel comfortable and security are the things I want to gain when I in controller mood.
    3 points
  23. Hi @MDA - I love your reflections. Pertaining to the second, yes! I have heard it said that 90% of the work is showing up
    2 points
  24. 1. Morning walks along the River. Hearing the morning chorus of Mockingbirds. Seeing the water, somewhat still at surface level. Thankful for a new day, knowing it is a gift. 2. Music: singing, listening, playing. Sensing the inherent joy music has always provided feels reassuring. 3. Being outside for sunset. Watching the changing color schemes across the sky and landscape below. Appreciating that no two are alike. Sensing the busyness of the day beginning to subside. Thankful for being alive.
    2 points
  25. This week's question asks: What three words best describe your experience in this moment? Without overthinking this question, tune into your experience of this moment. What three words do you want to share about it? These can be adjectives, verbs, or nouns - whatever comes up for you.
    2 points
  26. Greeting to everyone, and I hope your day is treating you well! I am a new member of this community and I am excited to share more about myself. I have been meditating for about two years, and I have never seen a significant change in my life. I can find peace through strenuous days of my life, but I feel more achieved through the little actions. Finding that inner purpose has given me the importance of what matters in life, and I would love to hear from you and your life experiences as well! Have a wonderful day!
    2 points
  27. Beautiful reflection Narmadha! So glad you liked this practice. On the topic, I thought I'd share a resource to more loving-kindness exercises: https://mindfulnessexercises.com/the-power-of-loving-kindness-how-to-cultivate-it/
    2 points
  28. Self-compassion is indeed so important, Narmadha. It can be difficult, but we can build our capacity for it. I also love this idea of befriending oneself! Affirmations I sometimes use are: "I'm here for you. I'm listening. I love you."
    2 points
  29. I love swimming in pools. Because I am a good swimmer, most people I know do not think I am afraid of the of the ocean. I will never swimming in it without a lifeguard. Safer.
    2 points
  30. Hi Judith, I read your message. I am very glad you felt relief at getting your thoughts out. I am glad you don’t think you will act on your ideation. I simply want to say that this relief you felt can lead to more relief if you would share more with someone you could talk to directly. I know that there are local and national hotlines to prevent suicide. You can call and talk to people who are well trained and caring who can help you. Perhaps talking by phone will allow you some privacy and still get you the assistance you want and need. There are counselors at local mental health centers who could help you as well. Personally I know that you can get the relief from depression and suicidal ideation that you are seeking. You could also consider talking to your doctor about how you are feeling. I hope any of these ideas are helpful to you. In my own experience in life, sharing how you feel with trained professionals has been really helpful. I hope you will do so. Daniel
    2 points
  31. Day one is starting here. And it feels really good. For sure my brain went here nad there for this forst one, but its normal. I can hear the kids in the back ground. But my mind came back naturally to my breath and the sensation of breath. And discover even a new sensation. Usally when i do th ebreathing exercice i use to have more feeling in my chest and shoulders, but today i felt it in my head like if a flower was blloming inside. im not sur how to descrive , but it was great Feels really good
    2 points
  32. Focusing on breath creates spaciousness. I become more aware of my whole body, travelling sensations, it opens my senses and and I become more aware of my presence in space. After the practice I feel more spacious , calmer and centered. I just feel myself I enrolled the challenge as I miss my daily mediation practice and definitely have felt consequences of the lack of it. Glad to be back.
    2 points
  33. Day 3: Different techniques of breathing meditation help me relax. It’s great to do it in the morning to calm down the anxious mind.
    2 points
  34. Ahhh....so many thoughts & feelings here; I like what Mooji says, "Stop having Street Fights with your mind", i.e. the moment is here right now! There is a "Cosmic activity"..i.e., being "Chatter, chatter, chatter...The Ego is always trying to Become Something". He goes on to say, "You must be here first, before anything can be perceived". So much to be learned here: https://youtu.be/ZmgQW8okUeo ***Very profound!
    2 points
  35. At 11 years old, I wanted to be an astronaut when I grew up. With reflection, I have come to see the real reason behind this.. I was fascinated about being in a peaceful place
    2 points
  36. Thank you for these reflections @C-Nicole. I can resonate with much of what you've said. The pandemic has been an opportunity for me to examine my life with greater awareness, and as such it has been a catalyst for my growth. Another reflection on what I'm grateful for based on where I am now: I am grateful for the creativity and inspiration that this time in my life holds. I do not have children and I live surrounded by nature, and so there is plenty of time for me to explore my inner terrain and to really get to know myself. The natural world - the forests and ponds and lakes and fields - is for me a gateway into the divine, into the universe, and I'm blessed to be able to really soak in that.
    2 points
  37. Hi Eve Tan, A very great congratulations to you on achieving this 92 nd day challenge.Daily i will see your post like .. whether u have reached 90 th day ? A great curiosity..I will eagerly waiting for your 100 th day.. seriously iam admiring your perseverance !!! And happy for the above post to get such partner ..All the very best for your 100th day !!!
    2 points
  38. “Good intentions are the most beautiful of secrets”. Imam Ali (AS)
    2 points
  39. Hi Gillian, thanks, I can happily visualize what you just mentioned. And from experience resting outside on healthy soil under the sky under the tree is such an effective resting practice. You feel connected, calm and balanced so quickly, right…. Here in Florida I noticed beach is not beach. The firmer the sand the better I have a feeling. Some locations or grounds aren’t as energetically clean maybe and healing as others and the body’s resting intensity is different. Maybe some sand is artificial, too…however, a big yes to “earthing”
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  41. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing. I hope you didn't mind me probing further @Golden Valkyrie
    2 points
  42. What a beautiful quote. Let's celebrate that we all can allow ourselves to simply be human beings including all brightness and shadows as JillianZ mentioned in this thread. It is so funny as you mentioned (or Anais Nin said), we don't grow absolutely chronologically, remembers me of a book I am reading (Karma by Sadhguru) that talks about the many dimensions of karma we have and accumulated during past lives and in our current one, which gives every human being that individual unique touch, yes, made up of layers, cells and constellations, we cannot explain intellectually really. But I also experienced that mindfulness and mindfulness meditation can reveal this kind of mystery to some point with awareness and another level of consciousness.
    2 points
  43. I love this quote and how it fosters self acceptance. I have recently gotten in to shadow work. And I am over the dark side of the moon about it! I am sure I have come across the concept before at some point in my journey, but is resonating with me now. And I am enthralled with the idea, simplicity and brilliance of accepting all of ourselves for who we are, including the so called negative parts. There is honestly no other choice, if we want to be whole. Yet we spend so much of our lives denying and hiding who we don't want to be instead of embracing who we are. I have just began to dive in to this vast ocean of shadows, but I already feel my self acceptance and self love over flowing! It has also helped me to accept and appreciate others in my life for who they are and love them with all of their so called flaws rather than trying to change them. Recognizing my own shadow in the reflection of others allows me to accept, embrace, and appreciate all of us for who we truly are.
    2 points
  44. Day 53: Gratitude What are your two most compulsive habits? Sugar eating and Nomophobia (smartphone addiction) Do you struggle to break them? I do not have struggle on Sugar habit. I can break them. However, when comes to smartphone, I have lost control and gave my power away. If so, what would it feel like to accept them and give up on trying to change? I would feel like there are more space of freedom and being in the moment. I am free. Day 54: 15 Minute Meditation To be financially secure, do you work harder at anticipating risks so you can avoid them, or at building a cushion so you can withstand the unexpected? Yup. I work multiple jobs at one time to feel I am secured. I still believe hard work is the path to feel I am worthy of the money. Even though I am also aware the option of BEING abundance. Which do you think might work better and why? I think what works better, is when I am being present. It is the biggest gift I have, so that when I am on the job, I am focused and clear of my responsibility. Day 55: Loving Kindness Meditation Ignoring all financial considerations, would you rather spend the next 5 years confined on an urban mecca like New York City, or a beautiful, isolated town on the California coast? I would like to spend next 5 years on urban mecca. Everything that is accessible conveniently are in the city. Day 56: Narrowing Your Focus Given the choice of anyone in the world, who would you want as your dinner guest? your friend? your lover? What do you seek in a friend that you don't expect from a lover? I want to have dinner with my grandparents. I want to know their story and history. I lose out the chance to know them in-depth when they passed away when I was a 6-years-old kid. What I seek in a friend different than lover, is their version of truth of me. Day 57: Alleviating Tension In Your Body and Mind How close and loving is your family? Do you feel your childhood what happier than most people's? I am close to my sisters than parents. I do feel I am a happy kid growing up. Do you think kids should be sheltered from unhappiness? What experiences from your own childhood have proved most valuable? What were the most difficult to overcome? Were they happy or unhappy experiences? Nope. I do not think kids should be sheltered. Nevertheless, kids learn from who the parents are. I do believe a childhood of fairy tales are supporting children to be imaginative. My own childhood of experiencing caning is proved most valuable as it reminds me I will not resolve to punishing children physically. Day 58: Ten Minute Meditation With Just Bells Would you add a decade to your life if it meant taking a decade from the life of some random person? Nope. My life is my own. If so, would you still do it if you had to become friends with (and stay in touch with) the person? I will not become friends with a person who takes life from another without permission. Day 59: Noticing Ease & Effortlessness What emotion do you struggle with most? I struggle with anger. Is there a sense of self-judgment when you experience it? What about later? Yes. I judge myself when I am angry, no matter at the moment or later.
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  45. Hello, I can’t tell what your name is! So what do we call you, please. Welcome to our Group! Gillian is our Group Monitor here! If you go to this link; you will find many Resources: https://mindfulnessexercises.com/free-mindfulness-exercises Hope that helps; let us know whom you are & how we can be helpful; it is evening now probably where Gillian is, and being Sunday, she may not be available. Again, welcome & you are amongst Friends:) My name is Rick in McKinney, TX. US OF A.
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  46. Day 12 What impact did stopping and practicing a minute of silence have on your next activity? By consciously stopping, I noticed how much I can even more slow down and experience the moment to moment awareness with more appreciation. Right now my days are packed with challenges and pausing really helps me to tune in and know how Precious the present moment is. And, in fact, I can be more effective in my tasks without rushing. So let’s Breathe in, breathe out, one step after the other. Also, helps at the computer! By practicing stopping while doing computer work I noticed how much I’m rushing from one task to the other and by just pausing for a quick moment or a minute helps a lot to improve my breathing and relaxing the body.
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  47. Hi Paggie. Just read your post on day 42. (Well, I am at 5 now, but can't wait to come to the 40's, slowly but surely . These are really awesome insights that you shared. Especially the one with the "...what am I procrastinating from"... I can resonate with that as I get distracted pretty easily and this is a great question I also could ask in that moment of awareness. Thanks, cool sharing.
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  48. Wow! Daily meditation appointment. This is so cool! A morning meditation really set the mood for entire day
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  49. I felt more alive when I got rid of the toxic people in my environment. It’s like waking up after a long sleep, in which my nerves were methodically draining out of me.
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  50. Hi Rachel, This blog post is lovely. With so many terrible things drawing our attention, it's sometimes very hard to keep the voice in our hearts turned up loud enough so we can hear it. I'm grateful to you for sharing your thoughts that resonate deeply with me. Take good care, Jane
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