Remember To Practice! - Deepstash

Remember To Practice!

  • Practice with meaning, purpose, gratitude, peace, focus and full presence.
  • Physical reminders and cues work best to help us remember our tasks or the way we have to do our tasks.
  • If we see a reminder, we generally have a tendency to ignore it, and we have to fight that default mode of behaviour, going against the resistance and moving towards the practice.

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