Probably you already know how much I like quotes and affirmations. I got the Louise Hay calendar and it’s great! I just love the daily kind reminders.
Here’s one I really liked. Lately I have been struggling with criticizing. I know it’s not the more compassionate or kind thing to do, still hard to stop though.
I’m working hard to stop the criticizing and this affirmation is the perfect reminder.
What I like more is that it also affirms to love, accept and approve.
Hope you have a lovely day!
Today I saw this quote and absolutely love it!
Hi there, it’s been a while. I hope you all had great holidays. The last week of 2013 I was thinking about 2014 resolutions and how I almost never complete them. I’m thinking that maybe we put too much in our plate in one day and then we try very hard to complete all of our resolutions at the same time, and of course we get overwhelmed and just stop.
Hi there, this is how I’m feeling right now, with all of my new DBT skills: “I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship.”
Hi there, I have been taking some classes on DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) and have learned plenty of skills. I signed up for a Mindfulness class now, I love this quote they used to define Mindfulness:
“Mindfulness is about being fully aware of what is happening in the present moment, without filters or the lens of judgment. It can be brought to any situation. Put simply, mindfulness consists of cultivating awareness of the mind and body living in the here and now.” (from A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook).
Hi. So I keep taking my Dialectical Classes and now I have a wonderful place to share and get advice on DBT skills. One of the DBT skills is Radical Acceptance. While talking about that, this quote was shared: “I am in the right place at the right time, doing the right thing.” and I just loved it. What I liked most about it is that I think it will help me to remind myself that whatever I’m doing, I’m doing the right thing. Lately I have noticed that I’m so worried on doing what its right, that I might be loosing a lot of my authenticity… my own way of right. So here are two wallpapers I made to remind myself this: