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A simple phrase, a mantra, can be a wonderful way to bring your focus back to yourself. For some people reading a phrase is all the support they need. But for others, a little verbal guidance can go a long way. So, each mantra will come with a short audio, 1-3 minutes, to give you suggestions on how to best use the mantra of the day.

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  1. Bruce
    Bruce says:

    Re Movement Mantra #18, “Creative Potential,” my first riddle is trying to come up with one. It’s not as easy as I first thought, which for me is a good challenge in itself. Hmmmm….roly…..poly……….

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  2. Bruce
    Bruce says:

    Regarding Movement Mantra #20, “Be Curious,” a thought struck me. Is it possible to ever be too curious? I’m interested in so many things and always find new things to be curious about. But sometimes, when I’m reading one thing, searching the web for another, checking out current news on tv, etc., I sometimes find myself getting a bit hyper as I try to absorb as much as I can. I tend to jump from one thing to another as they either cross my mind on their own, or my phone reminder app ‘tells me’ what to do and when. After listening to today’s wonderful movement mantra, I’m curious enough to try some new approaches to how I feed my appetite with information.

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    • Buffy Owens, GCFP
      Buffy Owens, GCFP says:

      I think that curiosity and learning can be a dance. We can utilize it to enhance the way that we live or to distract us from life. We can use curiosity to dive deeper into our experience or use to take us away from feeling fully. Perhaps it is the infusion of curiosity with mindfulness that is needed so that we can stay curious about just one thing…at least for a while.

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      • Bruce
        Bruce says:

        A wonderful, excellent explanation and suggestion. I was going to say “I’ll work on it” but instead I’ll say “I’ll play with and be curious about it.” Thanks!

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  3. Bruce
    Bruce says:

    While many of the more recent Movement Mantras have been hitting home, Today’s (#60), “Find Your Right Effort In Each Action” takes the prize. Many things I do – including simply existing – involve way more effort than necessary. It causes fatigue, aches and pains, a tendency to rush, a lack of focus/concentration, and on and on it goes.

    While I use a reminder app on my phone to go off a few times each hour throughout the day, there are times when I have to shut it off which results in forgetting to start it again the following day. So I would say that the biggest problem I have with finding my right effort in each action continues to be remembering to do it! As always, I’m open to suggestions.

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  4. Bruce
    Bruce says:

    Regarding MM72, “Grow your inSight,” as we start to expand our field of vision up/down/left/right and behind us, are our heads to remain in a fixed position? How about the eyes: should they wander or also remain fixed to our initial viewpoint? OR did you leave that out intentionally so we could be curious and do it however we see fit?

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