Better Than Yesterday

It’s important to work on improving yourself each and every day yet,
there is no rush, because you have a lifetime to do so.  But
don’t wait too long, or you may very well
run out of time.

Think about it this way . . .   if you can say to yourself each day that
you are, at least,  “better than yesterday”
then you are making very good progress!

LIFE

Life . . . the magnificent beauty of nature.

Connect with Nature and you will be sure to experience calm, tranquility and inner peace. There is nothing more energizing and powerful than that of all existence . . . the plants and animals, the mountains, deserts, oceans and waterways of Mother Earth. The magnificence of all that lies above, whether during the noonday sun or the luminous darkness of the midnight sky . . . with the
moon, stars and other astral bodies all perfectly balanced in perpetual harmony throughout the vast and profound expanse of the Universe and on into Infinity. Allow the touch and smell of life and other forms of existence to enter your heart and touch your soul, so that you, too, can connect and become one with the Circle of Existence.

Mindfulness

It’s important to work on improving yourself each and every day yet,
there is no rush, because you have a lifetime to do so.  But don’t wait too long,
or you may very well run out of time.  Think about it this way . . .
if you can say to yourself each day that you are, at least,
“better than yesterday”  then you are making very good progress!

Take time out to . . .

  clear your mind

    relax your body

      calm your emotions

            replenish your soul.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness:  is the calm awareness of one’s
body: breathing, heartbeat, sensations,  temperature and muscle tension-relaxation

mind: consciousness, intellect, awareness, imagination, memory and perceptions
soul: one’s essence, emotions, personality, moral principals and inner-spirit

Mindfulness:  is a meditative state of deep and profound stillness and concentration.
It is an abiding in which . . .
the mind becomes fully immersed and absorbed in the object of attention
the mind becomes very still but does not merge with the object of attention, and is thus able to
observe and gain insight into the changing flow of experience around you

Mindfulness can increase awareness by using . .
designated cues, making mindfulness an essentially continuous awareness throughout the day.
This can include something as simple as just taking three successive breaths, keeping in mind that they are
a conscious experience of body activity within the mind.