“It’s all about putting yourself on the line.
If you’re not willing to do that. How can you really achieve anything?”
Lorna Jane Clarkson
Any activity is a mindfulness practice if it incorporates paying attention to experiences in the present moment—but being present alone isn’t enough.
We need to be present and compassionate: paying attention to what’s going on in your body and your mind without harsh judgment: that is to give ourselves permission to be with things as they are, even if they’re not ideal.
Why? Because being aware of and accepting what you experience now is the door-way to being able to change the reasons for the experience and thus being able to experience something else - maybe closer to that ideal.
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