All or None vs. Mindful Discipline
In my Conscious Nutrition practice I teach “finding your edges and your happy medium”, however in my personal life I feel like I need to take off the brakes and go for it.
Do you know those nights when you go to bed feeling like you “didn’t do enough” that day, and you wish you had more hours to do “it”. I took today to be still and really assess what this was about.
I am a multitasker, and tend to jump from one idea to the next and then feel anxious when life is overwhelming. So today I extra-practiced being in the present and every action was done with grace. WOW, this is not easy, I have a subconscious patterning that just throws me for a loop here and there and everywhere, and the only way to re-pattern is to and stay focused and present.
As the day is closing, I received an exercise to focus the subconscious mind by my boat neighbor, unbeknownst to him that I was practicing this today. His exercise recommended to focus on a small point and collect in detail what you see, then expand your view to all you can see in your full view and collect this information. Realizing you can change your “point of view” in just a matter of re-focusing.
When we live life with mindfulness, this is a healthy choice of being. We can have the feeling that the day is complete and what we have to do tomorrow is live with focus, love and grace to do it all over again.
The more intensely we feel about an idea or a goal, the more assuredly the idea, buried deep in our subconscious, will direct us along the path to its fulfillment. ~Earl Nightingale~
Sweet Subconscious and Unconscious Dreams,