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Initially in learning Mindfulness, we actually need to learn to breathe. From childhood where we instinctively knew how to breathe, to adulthood where we have forgotten that our breath is the key to peace and focus.
Learning how to breathe again is an important step in finding your inner peace and harmony.
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I've learned to keep my mouth shut when I have nothing to say.
That remaining still is often the best thing to do when you are unsure of a plan of action.
I've learned that whatever you put into the world comes back to you threefold.
I've learned that doing nothing when something needs to be done makes more work in the long run, or doing too much when I need not act ruins the outcome.
A cold shower is good sometimes.
I've learned that there are some bad things you do that are redeemable, but hurting a child is not one of them.
I've learned that sometimes religion is a dangerous thing, some misrepresented, created and recreated by men to make life easier for some and painful for others.
All God ever wanted us to do was to love and honor one another, not worship with gold and treasures, grovel, or kill in the name of.
I've learned that.
I've learned that people that force religion on others are often hiding something either from others or from themselves.
What people fear the most is change, not spiders, nor snakes.
I've learned that it is true that what doesn't kill me makes me stronger.
I've learned that sometimes when I face my inner demons, they actually have a face.
I've learned that responsibility for my actions begins with the awareness that I am wrong.
Prejudice is learned, that children are "color-blind" unless conditioned otherwise.
I've learned that most men need their hearts broken, ripped apart and stomped on before they truly understand what love is.
I've learned that I often forget to breathe.
We as a nation have forgotten how to raise our children.
I've learned that a child will love their parent(s) unconditionally, even after the parent abandoned and/or abused them.
I've learned that the green M&Ms are indeed sexy.
Simply taking a walk can clear up most problems, or at least change my frame of mind.
I've learned that if I stop, listen and pay attention to my surroundings, that there is a lot more going on around me that I didn't realize before.
I've learned that real love is work, that being with one person for a long enough time to really know them takes patience, understanding, and the ability to look outside myself.
It is far easier to give up than do the work, but there's no reward in that.
I've learned that my children learn more from my actions than what I say.
I know enough to be wise but not enough to be intelligent.
I've learned that common sense isn't too common.
That none can truly feel love without accepting the loss and pain involved.
True evil is in the temptation, and that temptation can present itself as something or someone most beautiful and desirable.
That sometimes people just want someone to listen, not give advice, stated what's wrong, or make any comments at all.
I've learned that the silent moments between two people tells more than words, and that the comfortable silent moments are worth a million spoken words.
there is a moment in each day that gives us the opportunity to change, ourselves, our community, or the world.
I've learned that.
Don McCoy 1995
Awaken your Soul
Currently conductng Teletherapy Only
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