Acceptance, Deep and Complete: Off The Page and Into Your Life
Though the concept of acceptance can be inspiring, it’s not much use if it doesn’t stick to your ribs. How then to achieve that? Practice. Short, simple, knock-your-socks-off practices. The only catch? You have to actually do them. It’s mundane. Like going to the gym and lifting the weights, walking on the treadmill, riding the bike… you just roll up your sleeves and you do it. The good news? They can be brief. They’re simple. And they’re incredibly effective.
Acceptance and Change: Two Sides of the Same Coin
Change comes more quickly and easily the more we practice Acceptance, Deep and Complete. Moreover, when we are actually practicing it (as opposed to merely thinking about it), we’re actually already changing. But it’s not instant. It’s not a vending machine. So to begin with, you must take it on faith. The more you practice, the more you will know it for sure, because you will experience it for yourself.
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In this podcast, I will:
—talk about the “how” question (How do you actually practice, Acceptance, Deep and Complete?”)
—teach you the “Right Now” practice.
—Give you some tips for remembering to do the new practices you’re learning.
Have you ever noticed that your emotions, especially when they’re negative, tend to project themselves into infinity with words like always and never, everything and nothing, everyone and no one? When you’re in the grip of your hardest woulda-shoulda-coulda moments, the “Right Now” practice makes a tiny change that can change everything for you.
But you’ve got to give yourself to it, even just for a moment. Try it and see what you think!
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