Letting Go in Times of Stress

Take a moment to be still and recognize our true self to be ever-present awareness, and in this self-knowing, we become free from the conditioned responses of our minds and bodies.



Our old conditioning isn’t just mental, it’s also physical and shows itself as unconscious brain responses. If we let our conditioned brains be in charge, we remain stuck in old, predictable patterns.


“We first make our habits, and then our habits make us.” – John Dryden


To break free of our habitual behavior we need to cultivate self-awareness.


Take a moment to be still and recognize our true self to be ever-present awareness, and in this self-knowing, we become free from the conditioned responses of our minds and bodies.


CENTERING THOUGHT:
"I am in charge of my thoughts, my thoughts don't control me."

Affirmation: I am inspired by creativity and divine intelligence.

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