It is easy to get caught up in noticing what needs fixing—in others and in the world around us. In fact, your problem-solving brain loves to look for ways to right what is wrong. This gives us a feeling of being in control, which in turn helps us feel safe and satisfied.
It is also easy to continually notice what is not working within ourselves—that familiar soundtrack that, on one hand drives us to learn and evolve, and on the other hand judges our every move.
What would happen if your inner voice focused only on what is working well today? How might that shift your attitude and experience? Focusing on the unbroken has a ripple effect through your physical body and your whole being.
In mindful presence,
True healing is not the fixing of the broken,
But the rediscovery of the unbroken.
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Lori Furbush teaches Qigong, Yoga, Reiki, & Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). She weaves MINDFULNESS & RELAXATION into every moment.