Is keeping still part of your daily life?
A aspect of the Master Key Experience (MKE) course is the sit. You may know it as quiet time, meditation, stillness.
The sit is skill. It’s simple yet effective practice that has numerous benefits for both the mind and body.
Regular sits can help reduce stress and anxiety by calming the mind and allowing it to focus on the present moment.
Focused quiet can also improve insomnia, increase energy levels, and boost feelings of happiness and well-being. In addition to these benefits, the sit can also help individuals develop a sense of inner peace, and self-awareness.
Doing a sit is a very simple skill, but nevertheless, a skill, and how one gets better at skills is to practice. This helps to start the process of having your hands on the big steering wheel of life. Keeping still is a way to increase happiness without fail.
As Charles Haanel notes:
You can originate thought and, since thoughts are creative, you can create for yourself the things you desire.
Take the Reins
Take the reins of your own life and be proactive in managing your thoughts and emotions. Doing a sit also is a powerful tool in improving and maintaining overall well-being. It involves creating a quiet, calming environment free from distractions and finding a comfortable seated position, sitting still, focusing on your breath, and clearing your mind. It may seem like a simple skill, but like any other skill, it takes time and practice to master.
Consistency is key when it comes to improvement, so committing to a regular practice starts with just a few minutes a day and gradually increases the duration as you feel more comfortable. This can make a big difference in one’s ability to handle stress, anxiety, and other daily challenges.
If you’re looking to improve your mental, physical or personal life, try incorporating a daily sit into your routine and see the positive changes it can bring about. Keeping still will reap enormous benefits for your life!
Experiencing a greater sense of self-awareness and mindfulness allows you to understand thoughts and emotions better. This increased level of mental acuity and emotional intelligence will lead to a greater sense of control over one’s life and a more profound sense of inner peace and contentment.
Ultimately, the more one practices, the more positive one’s overall mindset and outlook on life will become.
Want to have an accountability group for your daily sit and so much more?? Keeping still will be your new favorite activity.
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