I have been hosting a number of programs recently from talks to self help training and coaching circles for discussions and creative journalling……
For each class – I spend hours contemplating, researching, contemplating some more, meditating and journalling…..
I love these moments – getting really curious – one seed of thought leading to another – exploring deeper and deeper for what the subject means to me and then having discussions to learn other and new perspectives – love this work ♥
I try to have at least 10 minutes a day of simply being - a silent meditation that enables me to get quiet enough to hear my own inner wisdoms Click To Tweet
Anyway I was discussing with a friend – who can hold some of the deepest conversations that I know – and was surprised to hear how few internal conversations she has … how little she asks of herself although is evidently fascinated and naturally curious with a whole host of heart based discussions. (Thats not to say that she doesn’t have a constant chatter going on in the background!)
So I asked what about the seeds of thoughts – what about the questions that pop up each day – what do you do with them – she said that she just puts on the back burner for a rainy day for when she’s having a deep conversation with someone…
I try to have at least 10 minutes a day of simply being – a silent meditation that enables me to get quiet enough to hear my own inner wisdoms and often I ask myself a question (especially if I am working on something!) such as “What would make my heart sing today?” or other times I may simply ask “what do I need to remember today – what do I need to know for today?”.
Now, I would love to sit here and say that I get all my questions answered – wouldn’t that be a resource and a half! but it is surprising what does raise up into the conscious mind.
Louise Hay always said that the right resources present themselves to you at the right time – for me this is a way of stepping closer to being aware of this – to stepping closer to being consciously aware of being kind and compassionate to myself.
What seeds of thoughts do you plant in your mind?
Till next time