Sunday, 5 February 2017

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One Minute!

These tips come from an article by Derek Rydell, the "One Minute Mystic".

1. Before you get out of bed, take a minute to connect with your breath. Watch it breathing itself. If your mind kicks in, assure it you'll be with it shortly, then bring attention back to the breath.

2. As you take your bath or shower, take a minute to become conscious of the water against your skin, the sensations, the sounds. Stay in your body, instead of drifting into the future, planning your day or fantasizing that you won that argument! As your body is cleansed, affirm that mental and emotional debris is being washed away as well.

3. At breakfast, take a minute to smell the aromas, taste the food, and give thanks that it's fuelling your body.

4. In your car (or on mass transit), when you reach a stop, take a minute to watch your breath, give thanks for the perfect harmony in the universe, and how it's reflected in the way the traffic lights and streets organize and order the chaos.

5. At work, before beginning, take one minute to give thanks for your job, bless everyone there, everyone it touches on the planet, and intend this to be the most inspired day of your life.

6. When you use the restroom, take a minute to give thanks for how your body eliminates what no longer serves — and affirm that your heart and mind are doing the same.

7. Every hour or so, stop for one minute to check in, breathe, re-connect, give thanks for your life, and go back to work. This is the fundamental practice of the One-Minute Mystic. If you do nothing else, this practice alone will have a significant impact.

8. At night, if you watch TV, pause during commercials and re-connect. Market your own life-enhancing images to your mind, rather than letting someone else do it.

9. As you fall asleep, affirm that your mind and body are renewed while you rest, and that you will awaken more inspired than ever before.​




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