Awareness-Mindfulness enables our mindful mindset.
Awareness-Mindfulness offers us addiction recovery insights.
Awareness-Mindfulness gives us an intuitive grasp of addiction recovery possibilities.
Awareness-Mindfulness is the first step in healing and addiction recovery. Becoming more aware of our beliefs and expectations allows us to powerfully transform our lives for the better.
“Counterclockwise” opens our minds to what is possible. It makes a strong case for the influence of expectations and belief on how we function through the practice of mindfulness.
Awareness-Mindfulness lies in being consciously aware of the ways we mindlessly react to social and cultural cues and addiction triggers.
In addition, there are the limits we assume and impose unnecessarily on ourselves. We can begin to change the ingrained behaviors that sap the optimism and vitality of our recovery.
Take a closer look at The Mind of The Addict. Recognize it? We’re going to discover The Power of Mindfulness.
“What we need is not the will to believe, but the wish to find out.” William Shakespeare
Mindfulness is about the need to free ourselves from the constricting mindsets and the limits they place on our recovery. Stephen Batchelor author of “Buddhism Without Beliefs” comments that, “Meditation’s understanding is our experience not an intellectual activity. It is therapeutic, it liberates.
Awareness-Mindfulness’ understanding frees us from delusion and craving. We can let go our anguish.
We can become guardians of our own addiction recovery.
We can see our way with a fresh attempt to do so. We can discover the transformative power of our own minds.
We are deeply influenced by “social clocks.” Our well-being is linked to our mindset. With Awareness-Mindfulness we have the opportunity to exercise meaningful control over our mindset which may contribute more to our addictive behavior than our emotional attachments. Our beliefs influence us, but we can learn to affect our beliefs. To do so we must first choose to believe that we have control over our recovery.
How To Stop Alcohol Abuse impulses, urges, cravings, and triggers. In any case, we must try.
Certainty, that we can not, is a cruel mindset. It hardens our minds against possibility and closes them to the world we must actually recover in.
We don’t often realize how our mindsets limit us. We have a tendency to see what is and assume that is what must be.
Even in addiction, mindful relationships are more satisfying and helpful. Intimate relationships are more rewarding when they are characterized by mindfulness and mindful mindset.
Survivors Recovery is as real as day is day and night is night. We don’t see things as they are.
We see them as we are. Anais Nin
And none of us are “us.”
Everyday we learn that something we accepted as true the day before is now false.
Actually, those who hold optimistic beliefs pay greater attention to their addiction recovery. And, in doing so, they aid the process. Which helps anticipate recovery complications.
This optimism is highly correlated with mindfulness.
You can have a Serenity Life Practice. Lets start now. Awareness-Mindfulness opens possibilities.
Imagine, in turn, an approach that opens us up to uncertainty, but which also opens us up to possibilities.
When we see mind and body as parts of a single entity, research suggests, we can not only control much of our experience, but we may be able to extend our ability to enhance our addiction recovery.
We can influence our lives.
Obsolete Relationships destroy more recovery and lives than you can imagine. “Where is the wisdom we lost in knowledge?” T.S. Elliot, The Rock
Ellen Langer’s concept: The Power of Mindfulness
Mindfulness, the way we feel when fully engaged. Our brains actually change from meditation and mindfulness. We become involved in the process of our addiction recovery rather than just the outcome.
“Our life is what our thoughts make it.” Marcus Aurelius
Mindfulness is welcoming new information.
Mindfulness means continual creation of new experiences, new categories. When we make new categories in a mindful way, we pay attention to the situation and the context.
Are we all Addictions Spiritual Orphans? Not all. Different Folks, Different Strokes.
In trying to develop a limber state of mind, it helps to remember that people may have a perfectly good reason for behavior which we consider negative.
The consequences of trying out new and different perspectives are important.
First, we gain more choices in how to respond. Second, when we apply this open-minded attitude to our own behavior change becomes more possible. We can see mindfulness as a process orientation. A true process orientation also means being aware that every outcome is preceded by a process.
With this process we can, if we choose, be in charge of our own addiction recovery.
Your Choice: Evolving Personal Spirituality.
The-Addicted-Self can be changed through conscious Mindfulness.
Awareness-Mindfulness directly addresses Addiction-a-Spiritual-Disease.