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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Got a Problem? Open Your Mind~'If the Mind is Flexible, the World is Flexible'

Practice the Pause

๐Ÿ’“Do you worry a problem to death? There's a better way. 

๐Ÿ’™Stop thinking about the problem and leave a space for solutions to appear.

๐Ÿ’šPractice the pause and let your brain play off-line.





'If the mind is flexible, the world is flexible.'

Sakyong Mipham


Take a Walk

Take your brain for a walk.
Let it meander wherever it wants to go.
Listen carefully for it's whispered solutions.

'Movement is good for the body. 
Stillness is good for the mind.'

Sakyong Mipham



Dilly Dally

Sit in the garden or at a park, beach or lake. 
Let your brain dilly-dally and play on it's own.

'When we know how to create peace in our own mind, 
we can transform the world.' 
 Sakyong Mipham




You Have the Power to Choose What Matters to You

๐Ÿ’“ 'If we do not push ourselves enough, we do not grow, but if we push ourselves too much, we regress.  
๐Ÿ’™ What is enough will change, depending on where we are and what we are doing. 
 ๐Ÿ’š In that sense, the present moment is always some kind of beginning.' 
Sakyong Mipham


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2 comments:

Barb M said...

Your post reminded me of something I heard recently in reference to times when we are feeling stressed and out of control:

"Life is a series of problems to be solved"

This resonated with me because I like to problem solve and I also tend to sit in stress and worry. I remind myself of this quote often...

As always, thanks for your inspiring posts! Barb

Susan J Meyerott, M.S. said...

Barb! I too like to solve problems--and think of life as a series of problems to be solved. It's such a forward thinking and empowering way to look at life!

Thanks for sharing your sage thoughts. Good to hear from you! Hugs