LITTLE BUT LARGE: Tiny Steps Toward Your Centre December 19 2017, 0 Comments
It’s the little things that count. That sweet gesture at the right time, an unexpected smile, the anonymous kindness, favourite music drifting in, a shared memory, the ease of an extra five minutes. This holiday season is a busy time, when the little things get overlooked. It’s a time to stand still, look around, take deep breath, pay attention to what’s immediately around you, listen to the sounds in the room that you’re in, and give thanks. It’s a great time to make connections. To give a little. It comes back in unexpected ways.
Here are three great books to help guide you through these excitable times:
The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
A great step by step guide to centering yourself and being mindful of the world around you. Following these instructions will result in a more meaningful way of living and help identify your triggers for unhappiness.
Great Eastern Sun by Chögyam Trungpa
I fantastic read and lessons on how to be more present. After implementing these lessons, you will have a lot more focus, and live with greater intention in your daily life.
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma
This fable of a person on a spiritual path is loaded with riddles and lessons. While following the adventure there are cues for unpacking your own sense of self and your place in the world.
These are great books for yourself or as a gift for someone you know who might need some guidance today. Send this along with a card to let them know you care.
Take care of yourself and see you next time.