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Here is my list of Integrated Life Survival Strategies I created for my clients, which anyone (in any social situation) can benefit from. These are not long-term fixes but definitely can help you navigate certain events without bleeding wounds (so to speak) and hold some semblance of peace.
With the advent of instantaneous email, we are losing the art and power of letter writing ~ those special times we once took, with pen in hand, to communicate in a considered way with another human being, often one we missed or cherished for some reason.
Egregious acts of violence affect our humanity deeply. But we can choose to show the best of who we are.
Most of us don’t even realize how “unaware” we are. We are too busy with the business of life. Whoever said we should “take time to smell the roses” offered sage advice. When was the last time you really did smell a rose?
“Breathing is one of the most important connections between your mind and your body,” … Just your focused awareness on the very thing that is as automatic to you as the beating of your heart. And, it can be done anywhere at any time.
September is National Self Improvement Month. So, what do you want to improve about yourself?
I propose to you that the first and most important step to simplifying your life is not about decreasing or eliminating anything but instead about “noticing” and “allowing.”
When we listen to our heart – our true knowing – and then take action from that knowing, we move forward in agreement with our highest good. It doesn’t mean that the path will not be rocky or circuitous, but when we “know that we know,” the journey takes on a greater purpose
It’s not too late to join the journaling challenge I offered ten days ago. It’s never too late to start journaling. Period!