What do you remember? More specifically, how do you choose, daily, what is most present, persistent and generative in your active memory? What do you think about the most, revisit the most, ruminate upon the most, and thus live out the most?
Tag: conscious living
Maybe it’s just that time of year again, but I find that existential curiosities abound in the darker, shorter days of wintertime. I look at the world, and see that the majority of the dominant species seem intent on self-termination, while an increasingly awake and aware collective is emerging that might save us all from ourselves. I wonder, where do I fit in to all this? Why am I here? Who am I… really?
It’s true that you can know where you’re at in your journey — if you’re learning your lessons and growing past and out of the old story — by looking at the people and situations that are in your life.
When you are aiming to reprogram your set patterns and to elevate yourself toward gratitude, ease, grace and flow, one of the simplest — yet profound — tools at your disposal is affirmations.
Deep in the recesses of our minds lives a natural state of coherence. It persists underneath the noise and clamor of the everyday. It outlasts any negativity, any spiral of thought, any deterministic projection or controlling enmity.