Life may not always offer the conditions to rest in the ways we long for. A nap or afternoon in the park would be delightful, but raising kids, working two jobs, caregiving for others compete for our time and energy. Nonetheless, we can all learn to touch the stillness of being for even short moments.
Our breath can teach us how simple and natural it is to rest: the body breathes in, receiving vitality. The body breathes out, releasing and letting go.
What’s it like to pause and rest for even one breath?
Oren Jay Sofer
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Definitely could use this advise today. Thanks for sharing, Karl.