Here’s a breath practice I’ve used to help me stay open and present when family of origin stuff hits the fan.
Beth Spindler calls repetitive gratitude practices “tools for becoming better at life.” She says “The greatest gift that we can give to both ourselves and others is one of omission, the omission of resentment... and gratitude is a mighty ally against feelings of resentment.”
My recipe for remembering what’s really important: Gratitude and generosity in equal measure, a dose of unconditional positive regard, simmering on low expectations for perfection. This one’s for you, Lolo!!! Here’s the book I quoted from: https://www.amazon.com/Yoga-Therapy-Fear-Beth-Spindler/dp/1848193742
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