The Act of Practicing
Practicing and learning go hand in hand! A few years back I stopped practicing and just went into learning mode. I could not figure out at times while all this learning was not helping me in living my life. Duh! – I forgot to practice! Practicing allows you to try things out, test them out and see if it is truly something you want to pursue or not. Why waste your time doing something that you are not passionate about and love doing, right!
Connecting = Practicing + Learning
This speaks volumes to me because I now know it is true!
“You see that everything is connected, and realize that you weren’t off track. You were in training.”~Shannon Kaiser
- What are you practicing?
- What are you learning?
- What have you learned?
- What have you been given?
Everything is connected to help you in the next phase of living your life!
- Making a commitment to yourself to do for you.
- Cultivating your hopes, wishes and dreams.
- Finding your gifts and talents.
- Discovering your loves and passions.
Remember to follow your curiosity! I learn so much when I am open to being curious about things. I find inspiration, passion and interest!
I am practicing to act on my inspirations, passions and interests more by . . .
- Stretching my comfort zone.
- Trying new things.
- Learning and growing.
- Exploring and adventuring.
- Experiencing and living.
Say “YES” to trying something new!
I can unleash my imagination! I like routine, but not when every minute is scheduled. I like technology, but not when every minute is consumed. I have to escape and let myself be free at least once a week!
I can get creative and just let my whole being unplug, unwind and unwrap itself! It feels so good to find that communication, interaction and connection with my whole being again. It feels good to recharge with those creative juices. It is such a free experiencing to tap into that creativity and just let it flow!
Say “YES” to creative time!
Making Time/Spending Time
I lose track of time in doing what I love! It brings me joy and happiness. I find I give myself more time to do what I love too!
“ASK” yourself what brings you joy!
(Photos by RSheridan)