Life Alignment is a transformational healing system of body, heart and mind. It provides the means to free ourselves from the past in order to live fully in the present and in the process to discover our purpose in life”
You want to start addressing these underlying concerns that your inner rugrat has. Fix those and the bad habits take care of themselves. Assure the kid and the Manager that you’re going to work on this. You’ll make a plan. That you’ll be accountable. Maybe even involve a friend
I have been working on some research that I will be using in a new series called "Alignment". In this series I will discuss the varieties of self as it pertains to a structured and goal centerned pattern of living.
IStlk: I know there havent been many posts lately but I assure you research and planning is always under way!
Are there any topics you would like to see in the coming weeks?
What have you liked most about IStlk? Not liked? Wished was a little different? Always an Open Door Policy here at the IS!
IStlk: Hey Followers! Did you notice things slow down a bit on the blog this week? Did you see that we are to be focusing on PRACTICING and the first pick was YOGA?
Well, YOGA, has not personally happened in my life yet this week, but I hope you took a look at the guided meditation video from the last post! (I have been doing a lot of Zumba, Weight Lifting and Sprinting in between multiple work schedules, school and life...of course its not about me...or WAIT? UMMM?!!! WELL...N E WAAYYYZ!)
As Always...WE FAIL FORWARD HERE at the IS! I wanted to talk to you again about RESILIENCE! We touched briefly on it before, but I feel it has an important component to mindfulness that we need to explore further if we are going to continue to stay on top of our goal of PRACTICE this week!
-Leo Babauta talks about Resiliency Practices-
(We will break these down into mindfulness don't worry!)JUST SKIM THIS FOR NOW
The Resiliency PracticesWhenever you face stress, difficulty, grief, pain, struggle, setbacks, failure, disappointment, frustration, anger, uncertainty (big ones or little ones, throughout the day) … see it as an opportunity to practice.
Here are some practices you can try:
IStlk: On Friday I mentioned we would be putting mindfulness into practice!
IStlk: We have talked over and over of countless ways to hold STILL and be mindful.
NOW ITS TIME TO PUT PLAY INTO PRACTICE!
More on Monday!
!Try these tips!
IStlk: Back to the meditate the mind for mindfulness groove....and here we go!
Have you ever fed into that pesky anxiety or fear? I mean curled up and let it paralyze you even for a moment? I know I have! I also know I struggle immensely with meditation practice.
Bob Stahl says it best: “We often want to extinguish feelings of panic. But when we turn toward the physical sensations and thoughts panic evokes--acknowledging and letting them be—the rush of feeling consumed or out of control can begin to dissipate.”
But how do we get there? I mean to the point of initial peace to ALLOW MEDITATION into our productive selves? Try the button below. More at noon!