Compassion. Positivity. Self-acceptance. This laundry list of feel-good terms are what most of us strive to attain. Yet, we’re inundated with rude drivers, unflattering mirrors and critical co-workers on a daily basis. How do we incorporate more joy, happiness and positivity in our lives when we feel depleted ourselves?
It’s all about investing small chunks of time in your day to pause, to breathe, to wake up from the daily fog you’ve grown accustomed to. Instead of resorting to automatic pilot, welcome back awareness into your life.
Be cognizant of the lady checking out your groceries, the post man, even the inner part of your self that you’ve been neglecting. It may seem to take more energy to do so, especially if you are an introvert at heart. But you’d be surprised to discover how much energy it takes to repress the urge to open up, numb or repress your true self.
Awareness opens the door to positive change. It may not happen overnight. But as these posts show, practice and insight makes all the difference.
Read on and you’ll learn how to be more compassionate and solve problems in your sleep, why you’re a sucker for bad relationships and why perfectionism is bad for your emotional health. As a reward for all that work, we’re ending with a post that will re-energize your mind, body and spirit.
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