TIME FOR BEING

By: Will Wiebe BA MS CPC in Personal Development, 3 years ago

CENTERING SPACE…TAKING TIME FOR BEING…SELF REFLECTION

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Once the civilization

Is accepted that even

Between the closest

Human beings

Infinite distances continue to exist.

                                                            A wonderful living

                                                            Side by side can grow up

                                                            If they succeed in living

                                                            The distances between them,

                                                            Which makes it possible

                                                            To see the other –

                                                            Whole against the sky.    Rilke

Question:  As I reflect on my life’s activities this week or day, I ask myself, what is new for me?    Where there new Insights?    Did I experience any breakthroughs?

I center myself.  Clearing a space within, I breathe deeply and move into my center.  After calming my mind, I review the way I lived the past day, week or month.  I allow myself to feel the sensations and feelings that are awakened in me.  I select the strongest sensation and feeling that attracts me because it has something for my growth.

OR

If a recent incident dominates my inner world and it calls to me to write about it so as to come to peace, I analyze it.

Process:

I allow the sensations and feelings to fill me.  I become aware of how I feel about it now.  I name the sensations (physical, emotional, mental) and write them down.  I allow myself to become present to the all those feelings and let them grow.  I stay with those feelings as long as I feel them resonating. I note where I feel it in my body and write in full sentences.  I follow the sensations and write about what emerges without judging.  I write until I’m empty of sensations.

Sharing:

I read directly from my written text while staying in touch with my sensations/feelings during our conversation.

Listening:

 I note what sensations/feelings have stirred in me in my growth as I read my written reflection. I then as ask myself the question, what was new for me?

 

Will Wiebe

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