Posts Tagged ‘MINDFULNESS’

I am a Fortune Teller Today!!!!!,

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I predict, if you develop focus and let go of judgment, right now, happiness will be a companion of yours.
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That is it, my whole talent on display.
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Let go today.
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Avoiding letting go,,,, why? What are the barriers for you?

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Where else could you find a healing cure for free, a learned skill capable of finding and enjoying happiness beyond healing?
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It all starts with “Letting Go”, right now, this breath, let unworthy go, first.
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See, it is easy to say, write about, respond with nice emotional words, however doing, starting to let go is so avoided, at all cost in fact.
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Over 600 follow this blog daily. How many of you are letting go, right now?
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How do I impact that percentage?
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What will drive you to take action, letting go now, action?
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What holds you back?
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Reba. Brings a little Country Zen to the party!

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“To succeed in life,
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you need three things:
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a wishbone,
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a backbone and
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a funnybone.”
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-Reba McEntire-
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The Zen Master, the coach that uses Mindfulness,, continues

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While Phil Jackson isn’t coaching the team, his influence is everywhere, and on Sunday he revealed his players have been involved in a meditative, “mindfulness training” program, which is an attempt to make the players, well, more aware of their surroundings and focused and comfortable in their own skin and other stuff like that.
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Amar’e Stoudemire said before Monday’s preseason home opener for the Knicks at Madison Square Garden the team had a 45-minute “mindfulness training” session during training camp with “one of Phil’s guys that was brought in.”
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You decide. Miracle or not! Your choice!

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“There are only two ways to live your life.
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One is as though nothing is a miracle.
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The other is as though everything is a miracle.”
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– Albert Einstein -
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For me, knowing this mundane, nothing really happening moment, now,
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That is, even with a fleeting thought of being bored racing by, I know to peer a little deeper,
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I know to let go a little more and then life opens back up.
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Life has not changed, where I place my attention, that is after letting go of my distress, has changed.
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A golfer no less,,, how zen is this?

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You’re only here for a short visit.
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Don’t hurry.
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Don’t worry.
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And be sure to smell
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the flowers along the way.
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- Walter Hagen -
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Former judgments turned out to be wrong, my life was based on them!

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I thought I hated, despised, looked down upon my former opponents while playing professional baseball.
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“Winning” was taught, worshiped, honoured, pursued like it was the “Holy Grail” of life.
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I thought I hated my opponent.
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Now, my former opponent, is seen as a mirror image of myself, a dedicated athlete who sacrificed and trained with a special frenzy.
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Without his effort, without his personal challenge, our rivalry does not exist.
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“Winning” or play on the field occupies few memories, now, it is the relationships, the mundane times between games that lasts.
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My precious judgments were totally wrong. My life was based on these judgments.
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Letting go of judgment would have changed my life, well, earlier, when I was in my twenties.
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how about you?
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