Learning How to Quiet Your Mind
How hard it is for us to quiet our minds! We do all we can to distract ourselves from our deepest feelings, thoughts and inner knowing. Think of all the ways you distract yourself daily, hourly...minute by minute.
I am not judging because I do the same: IPad, books, magazines, food, movies, Netflix and on and on. Lots and lots of ways to 'stay away' from me!
And yet, when I do quiet my mind, when I do sit in silence and allow everything to arise, I might cry or wail, feel sad or shameful or guilty, but finally I can feel or sense a small space that feels open. Like an opening. An open space. It is those open spaces that can get bigger with practice. Those open spaces that help us know who we truly are.
I know that sitting in that space of discomfort is hard. It is hard. It takes courage. Desire and a willingness to know yourself at a deeper level. And time. You have to take time for yourself. Make space. Make time so that your soul can to be heard or sensed.
It you are wanting to dive deeper into you, to quiet your mind, to know yourself at deeper levels, I believe I can help. Using skills I have gained with clients, and skills and tools I have learned in creating and facilitating my Anxiety Support Groups I believe I can help. Call/text me 360-432-1236 and we can talk about it. See if we are a good 'fit'.
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