We are busy, aren’t we? Me too! I take full accountability for my busyness, as it’s 100% self-created full of all things I love. I just wrapped up my season of leading active vacations in Yellowstone and The Tetons, visited family in New York, attended a mindfulness retreat and hopped back into the hospital with my first patient admitted at 9 centimeters, wanting an epidural!
I’m preparing to do one of my favorite things, teach the 8 week mindfulness based stress reduction course which will start when I return from a European adventure to Croatia and Italy. We can lose perspective in the hustle and bustle of everything, even when it is self-created and fun. I recently read an article in which journalists reported on the inconvenience for patients that a physician had committed suicide. Here is the article. Yes, we lose perspective every once in awhile. I do too. So, I’ve recruited some help from the compassion expert, Sharon Salzberg. She spends a lot of time in the hustle and bustle of New York City. If she can find a way to be at peace, I bet you can too.
Watch this incredible 2-minute video and see how you can tailor this practice to the people in your day.