Podcast 7: I am now – daily practice
I am now – daily practice
Building your unbreakable muscle
For many years I was lost. I was living a facade. Going through the motions, I didn’t know myself, so I felt entirely fragile and breakable.
Life is always going to have tough moments, so it is important to build up our resilience. For me, tuning in and getting to know myself was crucial to building my resistance.
So today I wanted to share with you the daily practice that has changed my life.
It has helped me find my very own unbreakable spirit;
-the part of me that cannot be diminished by whatever is going on in the world or in my life
-the part that I can turn to when I feel lost and broken
This practice has taken me so little time yet given me so much.
It is a daily practice called “I am now”. A practice of knowing yourself as the presence rather than your identity
The benefits of I am now:
+ A strong connection with my heart
+ Getting space from the stress and pressure of life
+ A bucket load more confidence
+ A hearty relaltionship with my soul
Take the time to tune in and the benefits start to flow in.
Words of wisdom:
If you enjoyed this episode, I would love for you to pop over to iTunes and leave a review and rating to help spread the “unbreakable” message. Do you know someone who is in the throes of their own “bathroom floor moment”? Please share this post with them, you never know it might just give them the spark of hope that helps them rise up strong.
Also, can you relate? Do you have your own bathroom floor moment that brought you to your knees and helped you find your unbreakable spirit? I would love to hear from you.
Leave a comment below or email me hi (at) nicolemathieson.com
The music used throughout this podcast is a snippet of my Heal your heart meditation by Sonesence. If you are on the bathroom floor, check out the meditones tracks by Sonesence for effortless relaxation.
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