•Finding evenness of mind is a practice. Everyday. Don’t get down on yourself if you had a bad day and weren’t your best self. There’s always tomorrow to make up for it. The rough patches in life teach us to appreciate the good times so much more. So know when you’re down, it won’t take long to bounce back up again. It always happens. You just sometimes have to wait for it. Be patient. It’s worth it• #mindfulness#mindfulmonday
“I had all and then most of you
Some and now none of you
Take me back to the night we met...”
Happy birthday to the babe that changed everything. My heart has never been so full and never so empty. When I looked at you 8 years ago and laughed with such genuine joy, I *never could* picture you any older than in that exact moment. I know God protected my heart from such dreams. Now, I feel you here in all I do and I literally thank Him for not allowing you to stay for 8 whole years, suffering. Rather, He helped you live out a most perfect, precious life on Earth where you touched everyone who ever knew you and experienced your breathtaking beauty.
Oh baby, I miss you. Everything about you. The greatest gift I was ever given was the honor of mothering you alongside Nora and Braden. I am so glad you came. I am so thankful you were mine. In all I do, I see you. I spend my days remembering. I love you with a love that transcends all feeling, all hurting, all memories. You are part of who I am- forever. Today my greatest wish is only that you would continue to be near until I meet you again in Heaven.
Today we celebrate your life, ladybug. We love you greatly & miss you always.
Why write them out? Because right now you think you are the thoughts you're overthinking. Because moving it out of your body is the way to becoming the observer, the true self watching thoughts and feelings come and go.
Obsessive thoughts, intentions, worries, regrets, shopping lists, whatever they are. Give your mind and heart a break and externalize them.
Think you don't have time? Open up your notes app in your phone and keep a log of words-- go back and expand upon them when you can, or when you're blocked enough from being present in the moment anyway. Put a journal and pen next to your bed, and write a few things down every night. Put a post-it note on your bathroom mirror with a message that reminds you to move them out.
Thank you to @poemsporn_ #mentalwellness#mentalhealth#mentalhealthawareness#selfcare#mindfulness#mentalhealthmatters
Do you know your superpower? I expect you do. Sometimes it feels that those extraordinary gifts may be hidden beneath layers of stories and doubts and seeming impossibilties. But they are here. And living into these gifts, understanding them better, and sinking into our truths can fil a spirit.
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Wide love, creatures.
Instagram can be a tricky space to navigate— on one hand, it’s an awesome educational tool and source of motivation.. on the other, I often hear from clients & friends (& experience myself!) it drives the comparison game, especially in our current society where VALUE is placed so highly on “health”— how we eat, move, and appear in particular..
But isn’t health completely relative to your own self? Shouldn’t our self-worth then be as well?
What would it look like for us to cut the tie between our value as humans and our “lifestyles”?
What would it look like this week to be mindful to challenge yourself towards growth, while humbly appreciating your current progress?