Gathas are short verses that help us practice mindfulness in our daily activities. A gatha can open and deepen our experience of simple acts which we often take for granted. When we focus our mind on a gatha, we return to ourselves and become more aware of each action. When the gatha ends, we continue … More Gathas
In my quest for more information for myself, I have come upon some great articles. The following are excerpts I have pulled out of a blog from the CBT Issue of Visions Journal by Michelle Patterson, PhD, RPsych (I am not a licensed therapist, I did not write this article. This blog is only an excerpt from … More CBT-Cognitive Behavior Therapy or Modification
I say this a lot lately, “Technology is great, but the lack of personal connections sadden me” Which is why to me, part of being mindful is also being mindful of non technology things I can do to stay connected with friends and family. I love to write letters, notes, cards. I love the act … More 5 Tips to have Mindful Personal Connections in the Tech Age
Have you ever heard of Gratitude Practice? Gratitude Practice is a mission to get oneself into the habit of seeing things with Gratitude and Appreciation daily. There are many forms and ways we can help ourselves get into this practice, then from there it is your challenge to do this daily. Whatever ways, forms or … More Why is Gratitude Practice is so important?
A long time ago, back in 2011, I had a dream about doors. In this dream I walked up to a door and I opened it. I came upon a long hallway filled with many other doors. Each door was different. One door was see thru One door had an easy handle on it One … More The Door to The Present: The Key of Inner Peace