Stillness is … surrendering to ‘what is.’ That point of letting go of expectations (‘false visions of the future’) and sitting in the present moment with whatever is presenting itself is an act of stillness. When things are a bit topsy turvy, I drop into my frustration and resistance, then choose an affirmation. This plus sprinklings of gratitude and conscious breath enable me to avoid mind-body syndrome symptoms like headaches and those other weird aches that can pop up from resistance.
Curious to learn more about Mind-body syndrome? Reach out for a Clarity Call and I’m happy to share more about those aches and pains that make us run to chiropractors, naturopaths and spend tons of time and energy searching the internet for ‘cures’ and relief.