Don’t Yet Have A Daily Practice?
“I’ll soon be spending time with people I find challenging. I’m as prepared as I can be, but what if things go pear-shaped on the day? Can you recommend something I can do in the moment – when the alcohol comes out, when I’m getting tired, hungry, ratty or over-stuffed, or when those difficult conversations come up?”
Sound familiar? Perhaps you’re remembering all-too-vividly the pain of disconnect at the last get-together. Maybe you’re aware of not having been the version of yourself you wanted to be with your partner or certain relatives.
If you want a reliable tool in your toolkit, this video is for you.
Here’s my daily practice – a fast route to peace
This daily practice is something you can use to set yourself up in advance of spending time together or during the get-together. Take yourself to the bathroom, or for a short walk, and use this powerful way to press RESET.
Simpler than you might think
Lots of people have good intentions but find it hard to actually put in place a daily practice. As I describe my daily practice step-by-step, you’ll see how straightforward it is. You can do this anywhere, anytime, and you’re working with your mind rather than fighting against it.
Even if time together with your nearest and dearest has taken a total nose-dive, you can recover to peace.
This daily practice really supports me – and I’d love to hear how it supports you too. Drop me a line, let me know how you get on.