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Ro H. last won the day on December 9 2019

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  1. I may have shared this before in another thread, though a major growing pain for me was feeling like I couldn't practice mindfulness because committing to a routine is difficult for me, and I felt I was adding too many tasks to my day - how would I find the time, I won't have time to do it "right" - which kicked my anxiety in gear (anxiety was originally what got me here) But I kept trying and practicing and eventually allowed myself to realize that practice could happen throughout my day if I just made little adjustments - like practicing while making tea, mindful walking (shared that over in Wins), and so on. Definitely had to let go of expecting perfection
  2. So I guess my mother was right - a cluttered space makes for a cluttered mind. I'm really starting to understand minimalism in the home - which is hard for a maximalist (decor) like me to come to terms with! But in those spaces of my home that I tend to use for practicing mindfulness less helps me to be more. Saying goodbye to clutter in my bedroom really helps with my evening practices so I can more easily drift off to sleep.
  3. Oh, I believe @Paige PIlege has projects for this thread as well.
  4. Recently came across The Mind, Explained - it's a documentary series currently available on Netflix (of 5, 20 minute episodes) that examines what happens inside human brains when we dream, have anxiety, practice mindfulness, and so on. One of the episodes focuses on mindfulness and shares the story of Yongey Rinpoche ... here's a quick description from IMDB I thought some may be interested, so I'm sharing here in case you happen to have Netflix!
  5. Hmm, what do you look for (or prefer) when selecting the music for mindful dancing?
  6. I believe that course/program would be beneficial to so many, and you may discover new things about yourself as you create it. Thank you for sharing your confession, and I'm hoping 2020 will bring forth the increased healing, mobility, and strength.
  7. I don't have a website, just a student myself but I'm loving that this thread was started - following! It would be great to visit the sites of other members & support within the community here. Great reminder about the Offerings group, too!
  8. I'm INFP-T I've just explored an enneagram test to learn my primary #, and I'm delightfully intrigued by how spot-on it seems to be so far. Thank you for the book recco, I'm adding it to my kindle list!
  9. I hear you Paige. I've had years where my only "resolution" was to take life day by day. I actually enjoy resolutions now, however, I like to make them on my birthday (so my personal new year, if you will!). I also only set 1 or 2. One always being something for earth (like reducing waste in my household), and the other being for myself /my spirit. I feel refreshed and I enjoy having a solid - but totally obtainable - goal to help keep me moving forward.
  10. I am fully focused and present in my interactions.
  11. As I read your shares here in the community, I find that so much of your story resonates, especially your share on boundaries.  I wanted to say hello, and thank you :classic_smile:

    1. Paige PIlege

      Paige PIlege

      Hello right back at you.  I am finding myself here more often these days.  I joined the 100 day challenge and my 3rd day email failed to get here.  I accidentally joined with 2 emails and I cancelled one.  I hope I didn't mess it up.  More than likely I did.  Always something. haha.  I read yours too.  Funny how we all seem to resonate and if we put ourselves together I find the energy awesome.  My tribe is gaining wonderfully I started about 5 months ago.  Time is flying by so fast.  Happy New Year and back to reading and chatting.  Blessings. 

    2. Ro H.

      Ro H.

      I also joined the challenge! Just checked and I still have day 3 in my email archive. I'm happy to copy/paste it over to you in a private message if you're still missing it. 

    3. Paige PIlege

      Paige PIlege

      That would be wonderful.  You can send to [email protected]     Thank you.  

  12. What a fantastic question to think on! I think I'd spend it traveling the world with my mother, because she's never left the west coast although she has wanted to. It would give us the opportunity to have those shared experiences, and allow us plenty of time to bond and reflect throughout.
  13. Ro H.

    LA clouds

    Enjoying the clouds as the wind takes them away on their journey. Nature in a city
  14. hehe I'll let you know, for sure! I just picked up lemon balm and I'm excited to try it next week.
  15. Oh I'll have to look into that, thank you for sharing! Back when I practiced Buddhism locally I remember how amazing the vibrations felt during chants with the group.
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