Meditation Monday: Learning to Start and Stop Problem Areas in Our Lives

This week’s meditation is inspired by some recent situations that I’ve been noticing in the world around us and in my own life.

Today, I want to offer up some ideas about creating change in the area of starting and stopping activities in our lives.    To transform any aspect of our lives, we need to learn how to master starting and stopping.

Here’s a short video blog that I made for today’s post. It’s been a while since I’ve done one, and I hope you like it!

 

7 thoughts on “Meditation Monday: Learning to Start and Stop Problem Areas in Our Lives”

  1. Great message to ponder as we start our week Karen! The void that is left when we stop doing something we no longer want is a wonderful thing to contemplate. It reminds me of when I eliminated my habit of drinking wine regularly, I replaced it with a delightful celebration of teas and an exploration into how many varieties there are and the different tastes and various blends. We need to be aware of the void we create when eliminating something toxic and be sure to replenish that space with something that nourishes us. Thanks for sharing!! Love and Light, Gina
    PS: I hope your starter AND brake light are already or soon fixed. 😀

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    1. Thank you Gina. One of the areas where I am working with that void and eliminating something toxic is in cutting down sugar in my diet. One of the things that I do love is tea, so it was helpful to hear that idea today.

      Fortunately, my starter and brakes are fixed, so my car is running smoothly again! Thank you for your kind wishes.

      Deep peace to you!

      Karen

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  2. Hi Karen! Yes, trying to stop a bad habit generally isn’t enough without putting something else in its place, because as long as there’s an empty space it just comes back. This year I’ve resolved to put that principle into action by visiting and commenting on a positive blog every day, so that I’ll have better content to fill my thoughts and keep negativity away. Glad I found my way here today; I like the way you’ve set up your blog to give visitors thought-provoking questions to ponder. 🙂

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