Loving What Is November 9, 2015Posted by nrhatch in Gratitude, Happiness, Life Balance, Mindfulness.
Loving What Is by Byron Katie (2002) focuses on letting go of toxic thoughts that cause unnecessary suffering.
As we become aware of our “inner spin doctor” (who creates turmoil with stories based on lies and half truths), we learn to let go of the spin.
We begin to accept the “what is” as it is.
We let go of fears and doubts and allow peace to surface.
We stop resisting reality and learn to “go with the flow” of the present moment as the path unfolds before us.
Aah . . . that’s better!
We carry around so many memories, intentions, and concepts in the pockets of the mind. Keep emptying your pockets. ~ Writing on Water, Mooji
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