Practice this. Every action you take today, no matter how little … give it weight. Put some space around it. Start it intentionally, with the intention to be mindful, to inhabit that action fully, to notice with all your senses the entire moment. When the action is done, don’t just rush to the next one, but take half a second to appreciate what you just experienced. Then move to the next with equal weight and space.
If you don’t start treating this next action like it’s just as important as what’s coming later, you might never. [Leo Babauta]
This is a simple and great Practise. I have been a hurrier as well as a worrier. This way, BEing Right Here, Right Now, with What Is and What Is NOT, it’s so much happier a way.
I was getting a little squirrely about NOT eating, so I spent several hours this morning preparing food I CAN eat and WILL eat. I have expanded my repertoire a bit to accommodate a mouth that is how mine is at the moment.
This feels good. The DOing of it. The Having It Done. The ease it gives me.
Every moment and part of my Day is worthy: of cherishing; of pausing to notice; of loving; and of Letting Go with no regret.
I love you, Currie