Summer Break and Becoming What We Believe …

Published June 14, 2016 by Mayrbear's Lair

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Today’s Mindful Moment

Beliefs are Dynamic and Alive!

At the Chopra Meditation Center, patrons are asked to ponder the following concept: “every person’s perceptions and beliefs are always in motion, constantly influencing their thoughts, feelings, and behavior.” In addition, the counselors reveal that as individuals, our unconscious beliefs always have an effect on us as well. However, in order to use the power of belief to our greatest benefit, they disclose that we must first become self-aware. By doing so, we are better able to align our beliefs with our deepest spiritual aspirations. Then, using techniques like self-reflection, prayer and meditation, we can begin to see our beliefs manifest as greater love, purpose, and we will also start to experience a true sense of meaning in our lives (Chopra, 2013).

For today’s mindful moment exercise, take a moment to recall a scenario where the thoughts and beliefs of others influenced your perceptions. Next, envision a new scenario, one that is a reflection of your highest potential in that circumstance. Then, consider the following questions, “What choices have I been making in this situation? What new actions can I take from this moment forward that will help me achieve my new goal?”

That’s it for today’s summer break mindful moment exercise. Until next time … keep working on your leadership skills!

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“What each of us believes in is up to us, but life is impossible without believing in something.” ― Kentetsu Takamor

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References:

Chopra, D. (2013). Belief is dynamic and alive. Retrieved June 12, 2016, from Becomewhatyoubelieve: https://chopracentermeditation.com/experience/index/16

 

 

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