When we want to cultivate more mindfulness in our lives, our children can be our greatest allies.
When we are feeling stressed or are faced with an emotionally heightened situation, it’s very easy for us to fall back into habitual, mindless ways of reacting. Unfortunately, this often means that we react in ways that are not helpful or constructive.
We are only alive in the present moment. Not the past (it’s over), and not the future (still waiting for it to happen).
It is believed that the average person has between 12000 and 60000 thoughts a day. That is a lot of thinking! The number of thoughts we have is however not a problem. What does become a problem is when we over-identify with our thoughts and see our thoughts as reality.
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