“It’s impossible,” said pride. “It’s risky,” said experience. “It’s pointless,” says reason. “Give it a try,” whispered the heart.
Don’t spend too much time this weekend trying to make sense of your life, as it will only make sense in hindsight. Just live it in the moment, be in it fully with a conscious mind and enjoy yourself.
“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all” Oscar Wilde. Live your life this week… don’t just plod through the mundane, begin to notice the little things that can bring your day/week to life.
“With our thoughts, we make our world”. Reflect on this statement this weekend. Jot down your thoughts and see what happens. Writing down our thoughts can change our relationship with them, which may in turn lead to new perspectives.
This weekend make memories, not dramas, with your friends and loved ones… do nice fun things together. Savour each moment. Be aware and fully present, so that your brain can record and store the positive memories for you to replay on “a rainy day.”
We all get caught up in over thinking about things that are, in reality, not so important. We pay too much attention to the small stuff that in a few weeks or months we won’t even remember. So the next time this happens, ask yourself, “Does it matter?”. If the answer is “No” (which it […]
The 5/7 breath is a wonderful practice. The counting clears the mind and the slow breathing calms the body, anchoring you to the present. Technique: Breathe in for the slow count of 5 via the nose. Hold the breath for the count of 3. Breathe out for the slow count of 7 via the nose. […]
Most of our worries occur when our minds drift into the past, or projects into thoughts about the future. So this week, try and stay in the present moment as much as possible, using your breath as an anchor to the here and now. We can only breathe in the present, we cannot breathe in […]
Affirmations are a powerful tool for creating our desired reality. We consciously and subconsciously invite opportunity into our lives when we say affirmations. Affirmations should always be in the present tense, for example “I am feeling happy”. This weekend, write out your personal affirmations and use them to counteract the negatives. Trust in the power […]