There is one simple exercise which I like to do on workshops: I ask participants to write kind wishes for themselves and others from the group. In most of the cases what usually happens is that people forget to write wishes for themselves, or they “leave them behind”, until the end of exercise and then write something quickly as possible without much thinking.
Before I started doing this exercise I thought that there are not many people how are being unkind and self-critical…Continue
Added by Linda M. on February 28, 2016 at 9:46pm — No Comments
To have a mindful mind means to practice paying attention, being aware of your surroundings, feelings, moods, your body, different sensations you experience in the present moment without judging or analyzing it, just simply being aware of it here and now.
There are times when our minds are full and not mindful, which means we are preoccupied with so many information, thoughts we have, which leads us to simply being unaware of everything…Continue
Added by Linda M. on February 28, 2016 at 9:43pm — No Comments
this is just some of the things I've learned, when both of my parents have passed.
Have a living will. All this means is making sure people know what you want for 'end of life medical care.' My mom had a dnr(do not resuscitate)and in her final months of ovarian cancer, my dad could never bear to do what had to be done. I've left strict instructions with my husband, my son and my doctor what I want. I want a dnr. If I can't have a meaningful life, please, let me go.