True happiness, for me, comes from a feeling of 'enoughness'. This quality, a kind of quiet and steady wellbeing, is actually not all that elusive if I stay open to it. I've been reflecting on how it shows up in everyday life, and this is what I noticed...
Posts from the ‘Mindful Living’ Category
I'll admit it, a part of me does like to have a good moan. And I know I'm not alone. I can't help wondering, if we all reduced this aversive energy, what would fill those spaces in conversation (or in our life) that the judging and complaining used to occupy?
Research on hunter-gatherer people suggest that they are more 'whole-brained', or I might say 'whole-bodied'. People who've lived with and studied the few remaining hunter-gatherer cultures have shared some fascinating insights into a way of life that appears to support better wellbeing than we enjoy in contemporary western culture. So what might happen if we were more connected to our right brain/body?