‘Money can buy you a fine dog, but only love can make him wag his tail.’ Kinky Friedman
In my experience, the more I look toward my own moments of spontaneous change, the more those moments seem to occur. Like first time I dared to teach without a manuscript – and found my students surprisingly awake after class 😉 And followed that path ever since (10 years ago). Where did the advice come from? From a silent whisper inside almost not heard in the noise of education, advice and traditional teaching.
Or the day I decided to slow my pace to the almost unbelievable and realised.. I achieved the double. Again the inspiration came from a deep down knowledge reached by peeling off layers of habitual thinking.
How often have we not all been taught to copy and learn from successful people. But not two persons are alike – so what to copy..? We all have the golden answers inside. Do listen – deep.
How do you love your dog? How do you dig into your OWN spontaneous changes advised by inner wisdom? My way is to allow the thoughts to flow by and simply let the inner wisdom pop up spontanously with all its beauty. And along the way embrase the rational mind as it feels insecure not being center stage. Embrace it with mindfull loving kindness?
Do you feel curious finding back to your own inner guidance? Book a session on Skype and I´ll love to coach you on the way.
What most people fall in love with in Mindfulness is becoming the observer of our own thoughts. Witnessing the ongoing mindset and become more present and grounded is a relief for most of my students.
When I was around 29, I hit a mental wall of fatigue that most people call stress. I mastered three jobs in line, studied at the university and left a not so healthy relationship – all in one year. One day I couldn’t find that happy smile; everything was aching – joints, soul and bloodstream. The way back went through daily yoga, mindfull meditation, change of lifestyle in food, habits, thinking and values. A turnaround that felt vital but also a lot more than just 180* – rather 360*Plus.
But it also became the start of my life long relationship with Mindfulness and a whole new way of experiencing thinking. That it´s habitual, constant and repetitious. And by mere naming the thoughts – “planning”, “worrying” or “speculating” …we put a healthy space around them that brings a deep relaxation into our nervous system.
Do you have a mindfull praxis around your thoughts? I really wish that for all of us- because it brings relief into our buissy, lovely lives.
If you are curious about learning how to observe your own thoughts and find rest in your own nervous system – I offer one-to-on sessions on Skype. Book in booking system on this page.