PRACTICE DOING NOTHING, EXQUISITELY — “No need to plan, no need to read, no need to watch something, no need to do a chore or eat while you do nothing. You will start to notice your brain’s habit of wanting to get something done. This exposes our mental habits, which is a good thing. Keep doing nothing. Sit for awhile, resisting the urge to do something. After some practice, you can get good at doing nothing, and this leads to the mental habit of contentment and gratitude.” ~ Leo Babauta
Our second week was focused on creating a new habit. Do you have your new habit attached to a trigger?
Arrived in the middle? Visit the first post, Where to begin?
(The entire series is available to download as a PDF ebook.)