A Resolution for Joy
While they may ultimately be good for you, most resolutions:
- Losing weight;
- Getting more organized;
- Cleaning up the basement;
include some level of unpleasantness. The outcomes are definitely positive, but the process to achieve them may be something you dread.
But, let me share a resolution that is both positive in outcome and in practice. This comes from Cheryl Brause, a gifted mindfulness and meditation teacher, who has assisted many in a practice that can help you face the many challenges of life. With her permission, I refer you to her latest blog: Joy On Demand.