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  1. Robin Ann

    I guess I have learned I enjoy my space and alone time more as I get older. I do enjoy spending time with others but
    now enjoy quiet and solitude more then when I was younger.

    2 weeks ago
  2. O.Christina

    Something comes to mind which I stumbled over recently, and this is to rediscover my intense feeling for the trees and nature in general. When I saw a sequence in a video of the forest devastated by the current conditions the trees have to exist in, the conifers bald of needles lying broken and dead, I just started crying and felt it all in a very natural sense of being intimately connected with them. My spontaneous reaction was a surprise to me, and I then realized that I had learned to feel and perceive myself separated from these living beings and had cut myself off, while now feeling intensely that when these trees suffer, I feel their suffering. It was a surprise to find myself that open, a kind of a natural state I must have had as a child and a gift when I felt myself being intimately reconnected and just being with them in this way. Thank you for asking this question. 🙏🌲❤️

    2 weeks ago
  3. Don Jones

    The writing in am doing is revealing perspectives and contexts about myself that are new to my conscious awareness. But perhaps of greater significance is the revisiting of lines of scripture and seeing completely new dimensions and deep Wisdom. Of course, the challenge is shaping and molding those insights, so they make some semblance of sense on paper.

    2 weeks ago
  4. John T

    I am gradually making the shift from living “concept centered” towards “heart centered” but making very slow non-linear progress.

    2 weeks ago
  5. pkr

    I have learned that I don’t have to continually uplift a “friend” at my own expense. It is ok to say to myself, ok enough, no more. Once again my kindness, my light, have been disrespected by this person. I realized I don’t need this behavior in my life anymore. I need friends who uplift & honor me not drag me down.
    I have learned I need to do what is best for me.
    A constant learning lesson on this road of life.

    2 weeks ago
  6. Emmaleah

    I have learned that sleep is very important to me! I have learned that I can control my reactions if I take a step back and breathe. I am still learning to be more present.

    2 weeks ago
  7. Barb C

    Like Charlie, I came up empty and reading other responses helped me think about this in a variety of ways. Then I remembered something that happened yesterday so I can say that I learned (yet again, and I’m sure I’ll learn it again and again) that a simple two-sentence apology–“I spoke without thinking. I’m sorry”–is a much more effective apology than my usual long version trying to explain everything behind something I said, which is really just a way of letting myself off the hook.

    2 weeks ago
  8. Antoinette

    I have learned that being home alone isn’t all that bad. I have learned that good and bad don’t actually exist objectively. They are simply things labeled by the human mind based on our wants and expectations. This to me is a great relief! I’m so grateful to be free from the burden that I have been caring around constantly labeling everything based on my perspective! My perspective is just that, a perspective and doesn’t really exist! Here is a new place of joy and gratitude where I have never seen before. Thank you 🙏

    2 weeks ago
  9. Charlie T

    I pondered this question for a bit, and came up empty. So I read all of your responses. What an absolute treasure you all are. Okay, In the last three years I’ve learned so much about myself. More recently though, I’ve learned that I can actually speak in front of a group people without crippling anxiety. This is very new for me and has everything to do with mindfulness, intention, and
    my other practices (and meds 😁). It’s so nice to feel forward movement after a lifetime of suffering. Ahhhh.

    2 weeks ago
    1. Antoinette

      Good job Charlie !

      2 weeks ago
  10. c

    I can listen to others better, opening my mind to acceptance, than I was before. In moments of inner turmoil, asking myself for humility allows for asking, what is the treasure in this moment.

    2 weeks ago
  11. Y

    I have been aware I am not always the problem. That others are as human as I am. I don’t have to take the blame always.

    2 weeks ago
    1. Laura

      This post was affirming for me, Yram. I tend to take too much responsibility for a situation.

      2 weeks ago
  12. Carol

    I don’t know that I’ve found out anything new about myself recently but I do find that my self awareness is heightened by my practice of mindfulness. Mindfulness makes it possible for me to nip negativity in the bud. I find it easier to respond instead of react to difficult situations and/or decisions.

    2 weeks ago
  13. Mary Pat

    That I am utterly and completely human. I make mistakes, have emotions, and limitations. And it is OK. Because I am not perfect. I am allowed! We all are! And to remember that is important. And just as important is to remind others that they are human as well and they are not perfect either, and it is OK. We are just as worthy of love as the next person. Amen. Let it be. May it be so.

    2 weeks ago
  14. Carla

    I can be present in “the now” and multi-task a myriad of projects with a “to do” list near by. I’ve also learned how many traits I have of dog energy from being born under the Chinese calendar sign of The Dog.

    2 weeks ago
  15. Michele

    I can’t think of anything ‘new’ … I will look forward to reading others comments on this one. Enjoy your Sunday everyone:)

    2 weeks ago
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