Last week I spoke about resistance and how it works in opposition to getting what we say we want! Being in resistance actually keeps us re-living the event after it has happened. Double suffering!
What can we do?
Like anything in life we wish to be "good" at, we must practice. In order for us to practice, we must create the habit of practice.
I love this quote, "To develop a reliable routine, a golfer has to decide to follow it and practice it time after time until it becomes an ingrained habit that will show up no matter how much pressure he or she is under. You can be sure that under pressure, you will find out what your dominant habit is." -Dr. Bob Rotella, Golf is Not a Game of Perfect
Ahhh. Life is not a game of perfect either. That's why we need good habits which support us through our imperfections!
One of my mentors recently said, "you can't learn how to swim when you're drowning". Indeed.
When I started my daily habit of spiritual practices' decades ago I had no idea how powerful they would became in navigating life with greater ease and grace.
My daily spiritual practices include prayer and meditation as well as movement. I have many practices. These 3 are non-negotiable, every single day.
What are your spiritual practices? Are they a daily habit?
>>>I'd Love To Know!