Along with two quotes from Rumi and Kahil Gibran, Karen offers four practices to move towards the journey within.
Healing, which shares etymology with whole, healthy, and holistic, needs patience to achieve. There are no quick fixes.
I find an axiom that serves me well is to think of my meditative practices as practice. It is in those moments that the struggle sometimes becomes clearer, making my life wholer. Other times, I fall short.
I told hockey players to take risks in practice and the same can be said for meditation and other practices to make myself whole and healthy. Another practice is walking, which I treat like a form of meditation. I try to remember I am part of nature, not outside it. This helps make me feel more whole.
Let yourself go!
Wise words for our practice through life and thank you for the share 🙏🏻🌈
You are welcome Karen.
“There are no quick fixes.” This–all of it–is the understanding I’m working to grow and practice today. It’s somehow affirming to see the good in that here!
There are none. Understanding that can make all the difference.
There is much time for practice. The moment of truth is the test.
If we practice, perhaps we will feel more comfortable in the test of life.
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YEP–HEALING IS REVEALING! 🙂