Stepping back and changing my attitude towards myself first allowed me to calm down. I could then, in turn, be more trusting toward my husband and move forward communicating more openly.
Mindfully dealing with emotions is hard and it takes time.
For the next few moments, as you pay attention to what is going on inside you, take the time to ask yourself, “What is going on? What do I need in order to ‘wake up’? What does it mean to be intimate and really connect with my partner and me?”
How do you get yourself off autopilot so you can really live? It all starts by shifting your focus.
The Four Foundations of Mindfulness are based on the Satipatthana Sutta, one of the most important and widely studied discourses…
Rest assured, you will have days where you sit down and are laser-focused on the present. There will also be days where you sit down and can hardly remain still, as your mind races.