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  1. Kari Sirén
    augusti 20, 2014 @ 9:58 f m

    Very insightful and good. ” Acceptance is the key here. “.. Once again you are so right.
    All the best to you..hugs Kari

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  2. Mutaz
    augusti 20, 2014 @ 1:46 e m

    Thank you for sharing. Reminds me of the saying “what you fight, you become” applied to the weird and wonderful inner workings of the mind.

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  3. Miika
    augusti 20, 2014 @ 11:37 e m

    Annelie, waiting for your posts is like waiting for christmas presents 🙂
    Since it may not be easy for everyone to stop and listen to their thoughts in a busy weekday, and even know what to do with them if they do listen, I would like to offer a tip from my experience. Go to bed 15 minutes or so before you usually do and bring your new friend – the diary. The time before you go to sleep, when you still are a bit fresh in the head and disconnected from the rest of the world, the brain usually utilizes this moment to catch up from the day. In bed close your eyes for a second, take a deep breath and open up your consciousness for the impressions from the day. Talk to yourself in your diary. Getting the thoughts printed on a piece of paper will add some perspective. I think you’ll find it interesting and evolving. I know I did. Good luck and have fun! 🙂

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  4. Pietro
    oktober 16, 2014 @ 10:07 f m

    reading this remembers me many things from the meditation that I practice: Vipassana. I don’t know if you’re a vipassana meditator already, but if you’re not check it out 😉 At the beginning it made me slow down with freediving a bit, but on the long term it’s been really important for my freediving. (you can change freediving with lifestyle in my comment, but all freedivers know that…)

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