Monday, November 1, 2010
Relationship-Centered and Mindfulness
Mindfulness requires that there be some form of practice that a person is involved in which teaches them the skill of staying center, being in the moment, being centered. Each person in our practice has the tool to practice this: The simple act of conscious breathing.
My wife and I are spending a week with the precious life pictured above. I am realizing how important "relationship-centered" is in this situation. I must practice mindfulness this week. I must be where I am and offer what is needed. This is the utmost relationship-centered kind of practice.
My life right now, this moment is JUST THIS. Of course it is always JUST THIS.
May her life go well and may I be mindful.
Trying to breath consciously,