I’ve written before about mindfulness and meditation, and so take the opportunity here simply to share a wonderful resource that came my way via a lovely colleague . . .
The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society has some great suggestions for Practice in Daily Life, and you might also like to check out their Tree of Contemplative Practice – it really will keep you busy for hours exploring some great resources. I especially like their advice for creating regular contemplative practice:
- Keep a “practice journal” of your thoughts, experiences and questions. If you attend workshops or retreats, take notes on what is said; if you read a good book, write down what moves you. Then, when you feel bored or discouraged, re-reading your journal can help connect you back to your practice and your intentions for undertaking it in the first place.
Something to think about, eh?