Saturday February 3, 2018

I was reading about mindfulness this morning and it reminded me of the lovely gift our youngest daughter bought me for Christmas. It was a Mindful Love Note, and it said:

'The next time you are alone, take out your phone and record a love letter to yourself. Say everything out loud that you love about yourself: your ambitions, your purpose, your strengths, ways you are kind, ways you inspire others etc.'

Then listen to it and listen to it several times over the next week.

After some while you notice something quite incredible. We mainly seek praise, acceptance and confirmation from external sources. What if we could hear from ourselves, how awesome we are?
It may just help the way you think.

Best wishes to you all.

Clive A Moodscope member.

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