Growing and Changing
Practice is a key element in growing and changing. Understanding is a start but it is in the repetitions that we create new responses.
We are often strangers to ourselves, not fully noticing the impact of our behavior or contradictions between what we say and what we do.
Despite all of the evidence of the positive impact of a gratitude practice, it is hard to cultivate.
It is easiest to think there is a line: on my side are the good people and on the other side of the line are the bad ones. However, the line is much more permeable than we would like to think.&n
When we are living through difficult times, how do we find self-compassion?
It takes presence of mind to bring our lessons into our everyday lives. And discernment to know which lessons are best forgotten.
How do we allow ourselves enough time for discernment before we know what is right action?
Gallop has done research on how well and how often we use our gifts -- it seems we have an opportunity gap. What are our gifts or strengths and how do we deploy them more often?
"Action is born in the image first created." by Deb Ackley.