Joyful and Peaceful Holidays

November 12, 2011 | posted in: Spirituality | by 6 Comments

During the holiday season when life becomes wonderfully busy, it is important to take daily quiet time. Just fifteen minutes of slow deep breathing will calm your nerves, relax your body and focus your mind. Ideas flow effortlessly when you take time to listen. Becoming centered in meditation is like taking a mini vacation away from the routine of your day.

After quieting my mind, I like to script my day. I think of appointments I have and see them completed successfully, set intentions for my “to do” list for that day and declare that all of my interactions with others be open, clear, loving and productive. When I take time to script my day, I find that my days flow effortlessly and joyously.

May you feel the joy and peace that lies within you

6 Responses to Joyful and Peaceful Holidays
  1. This is a good reminder. I needed it yesterday. It’s ironic that we tend to want to wait until we have time to sit and “be quiet” when it’s most beneficial to do it in the midst of the hurry.

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