We hear a lot these days about well-being, becoming who we truly are and realizing our wholeness. While this may sound compelling ("Sure, why not? I'm in!"), how exactly do we begin? Where do we start? And what is the first step? First, I believe we are all whole and complete human beings just as we are. We lack nothing and we are not in need of "fixing".
Does "wellness" and "well-being" sometimes sound like a too huge accomplishment and often a state that belongs to those with "more discipline"? In my practice I often talk with people who have almost given up and believe that a state of health and/or wellness is for others destined for such a life. The good news that I bring to such folks is wellness is
Becoming aware of the breath is a simple, meditative exercise to establish calm breathing and inner tranquility. Awareness of breathing is an excellent, first-aid technique for navigating difficult emotional situations and for establishing a practice of mindful breathing, bringing many healthful benefits. If you find yourself holding your breath from time
Create a vision of being "there": what will your vision look like, feel like, smell like, taste like and sound like? Act as if your image is happening now. Identify goals, objectives and tasks: remember to break goals down into small steps and tasks with a time line, including objectives reached. Take charge: set a schedule for personal projects and daily