Beyond Mindfulness

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Heart Centered Rebalancing’s photo with Tay C Marie

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“Resist the temptation to be someone once again.
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Allow yourself to be no one; allow your mind to be empty of thought, unfurnished, until the identities gradually filter back in.
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Notice the space between your identities and the awareness of them.
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Notice if a similar gap appears at other times during the day, an empty space that you may have ignored before but can now lean into and prolong.
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Continue to open to the openness.”
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3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Jennifer on May 21, 2016 at 5:02 pm

    …and in the workplace.

  2. Being a bit more open is a great way to live. I’ve been cultivating that, and so much gets better and better.
    Mundane everyday things are teachers, when I notice them triggering me in some way.
    As I wrote this, a little girl walked past with butterflies in her hair. Well, they were decorations – not real. That sparked a train of thought for me, which I noticed as it passed by. I recalled my daughter’s of that age. I feel sad knowing they’re so much older now and no longer wearing decorations quite that way. I felt happy knowing they are growing up to be strong young women. I felt happy seeing the girls Mom speaking kindly with her. And, many more thoughts and feelings arose, all triggered by the butterflies. Then, in an instant I returned to the wonderful present moment.

  3. Excellent

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