Mindfulness is hard but once mastered and loved you’ll feel its bliss.
Hi I’m me and I’m going to share with you today my experiences with mindfulness.
Since 22 years old, I already practiced mindfulness, it’s because of my declining health situation. I was always emotionally exhausted.
One second that you’re not present, the next seconds you found yourself inside your head, revisiting past situations, fears, situations that no longer existed.
Since I took my break from work and decided to stay away for almost 2 years, I figured out that in order to live peacefully, you must learn how to ignore, accept and move on.
Emotions may come on our ways because of the past thoughts we have, past relationships we had; but if it’s the only reason that you stop yourself from living the life you deserve, then would it be healthy for you to simply let it go?
After all, the truly good people that you’ve met will stay even if you have changed for good, the rest may be gone and that’s okay. Sometimes, living mindfully, will take you out from the past.
The environment is an important factor of this journey. If you are being surrounded by people who talks only of the past then there is no progress in that area; therefore, you must learn how to understand that they are trapped in the past and wait until they come out there then you may continue your good conversation.
Sometimes, people are too emotional that they just need someone to talk to, and your job is to listen and let go coz it’s definitely not your job to keep trashes, garbages, etc. And if you’re already becoming like them, then it’s the sign to let them go and choose your own peace, consider those stories dead coz it was.
Being mindful, brings you out of the old story. Being Mindful, saves you from becoming an actor of someone else’s life. Being Mindful will save you 99% of your memory. It’s like automatically deleting and trashing what’s not yours.
So?Why not chose to be mindful for your own sake? After all, nobody stays alive forever, just spirits which can also be forgotten. What happened yesterday is gone, all we have is NOW. I think I might consider buying that book “The Power of NOW”.
Hey, one more blessing, if the conversation takes you out of NOW, then you’re not mindful; meaning it’s all in your head; therefore, it must be ignored. Pause a bit and make sure the person you’re talking to is not asleep..