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I can be happy even if my life is not perfect

I can be happy even if my life is not perfect

The Mindful Path Musing Blog: writings on relationships, mindfulness and self-compassion

To reflect on mindfulness and self-compassion to open our mind and heart for better physical, mental and spiritual health.

Mindfulness and Self-Compassion for greater self-care

Are you a busy professional who would like to feel more calm, vibrant and compassionate? Learn Mindfulness and Self-Compassion from inside out so you can have a more satisfying life at home and at work?

Mindfulness and Self-Compassion for better Relationships

Relationships are at the center of our live, whether it’s your spouse, children, parents, co-workers, clients, patients or customers. Our greatest moments of joy or pain are in our relationship with others. Mindful awareness combined with self-compassion can help us create more understanding, harmony and love.

Quieting the Mind to open the Heart

We can slow down the busy mind so we can get in touch with our heart. Our mind is busy chatting, thinking always. Instead, we can gently open to our awareness in the present. Regardless of the situation, we do not need to be constantly preoccupied by the details, the stories, the frustrations, the expectations. We can reduce the stress. The practices of mindfulness and self-compassion can bring back the beauty of the moment, savoring simply. Fortunately, there is an alternative to our constant mind chatter.

Judge less to be happier!

The more we judge, the less we like yourself, the less we get on with other people. Judging is comparing! Why should we compare? We know that we are all different and yet the same. We all want to be accepted, valued and loved.

Wishing you a very Mindful Christmas!

A perfectly happy Christmas where we expect less and appreciate more.

Begin anew! Cultivate Loving-Kindness to flourish in 2015

A brand new year! To begin anew again! This year my focus will be on the practice of Loving-Kindness. Let us cultivate good will! Let us wish one another, including ourselves, what we most desire; happiness, peace, good health and success.