Tuning In

Developing and sustaining a practice of being curious about our internal experience is often the beginning of a pathway toward new possibilities.  In contrast, pushing away, trying to ignore, distracting from experiencing certain thoughts, sensations and emotions often leads those parts of us to become “louder”, to ooze out, and we then can be reactive and rigid in our response to others and to life. Instead, in a safe context and at a safe pace strengthening the capacity to tune in to those parts of ourselves can become a pathway to healing and greater ease in work, play and relationships of all kinds.

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Your capacity

There is so much to find out – about your capacity to create more of what you want in your life.  There is also the discovery of what is actually within your grasp to change (you)  – as well as how to better manage the things which lie outside of  your control.  There is a lot of relief that comes as a result of making this discovery.

I have posted this before and I post it again:

“The irony is this: if you don’t go in, you can’t find out” – Richard Stine