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The Cycle of Ease

Watch this simple video to increase your awareness of Easiness Our mind is a muscle. Training our minds is like learning any physical skill. Therefore, shifting our awareness toward what's going well and away from what's going wrong requires gentle practice! The Cycle...

Discovering Easiness is Easier than You Think

Easiness is our natural state of being Due to stress, fatigue, injury, or fear our minds can shift to thinking repeatedly about our stress, what makes us tired, or the things that make us fearful or frustrated. Thinking and worrying about what's going wrong becomes a...

When Something Outside Us Breaks Our Habits

Today I was talking with a friend about unraveling patterns and she lamented that she needed a few new routines to help her focus and create more order in her life.   My friend resigned from a job she’d had for 23 years about 10 months ago. She’d been less than...

Breaking Habits or Unwinding Patterns

How often have you identified a “bad” habit, something you wanted to stop doing? Almost everyone has started a new year with a list of resolutions, many of which are aimed at changing something that had been identified as undesirable. How often have these resolutions...

The Dance of Life

One of many things I love about dance is that it surprises me. The same is true of life. When you dance, things don't stay the same. Dance is a balance of movement and stillness, changing weight from one body part to another. Sometimes you miss the beat, early or...

I had my formal observation Thursday. It’s usually a nerve wrecking experience. But I was so exhausted that I didn’t care. Then I realized how badly that would read so I thought if I was easy, conserved energy through being easy then maybe I could pull off my lesson so my principal wouldn’t grade me down for a lackluster performance. I couldn’t find an easy place anywhere at first because of systemic muscle pain, long story, but finally, I realized that the book we were reading as a class was in my right hand and my right hand was actually easy.

I ended up with an excellent observation and she noted about 5 different places how calm and focused I was…mind blown
So, yes, it works 😃

Meg Boyle