MINDFULNESS AFFIRMATION
I am open to the experience of the present moment
I sense my BODY,  whether eating, cooking, cleaning, talking, sitting, standing or lying
When I notice an  absence of mind,  I gently return to the experience of the  here and now
I am able to love, trust  & appreciate myself
I pay attention to the  psycho-social conditionings behind my actions
I see my mistakes and difficulties without judging them
I feel fully connected  to my experience in the  here-and-now
I accept and embrace  all unpleasant experiences
I am kind and friendly to myself when things go wrong
I watch my thoughts, feelings, emotions & impulse  without getting lost in them
In difficult situations,  I can pause & reflect without immediately reacting
I experience moments  of inner peace and ease,  even when things get hectic and stressful
I am patient with myself  and with others
I observe how experiences arise and fade away
I am able to smile when I notice how I sometimes make life difficult
I am relax, calm and peaceful in the presence  of here and now
SUKHIHOTU May you be well & happy
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this is the friday dharma talk (March 2010) slide from Dr, Phang.

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Mindfulness affirmation tarc by dr phang

  1. 1. MINDFULNESS AFFIRMATION
  2. 2. I am open to the experience of the present moment
  3. 3. I sense my BODY, whether eating, cooking, cleaning, talking, sitting, standing or lying
  4. 4. When I notice an absence of mind, I gently return to the experience of the here and now
  5. 5. I am able to love, trust & appreciate myself
  6. 6. I pay attention to the psycho-social conditionings behind my actions
  7. 7. I see my mistakes and difficulties without judging them
  8. 8. I feel fully connected to my experience in the here-and-now
  9. 9. I accept and embrace all unpleasant experiences
  10. 10. I am kind and friendly to myself when things go wrong
  11. 11. I watch my thoughts, feelings, emotions & impulse without getting lost in them
  12. 12. In difficult situations, I can pause & reflect without immediately reacting
  13. 13. I experience moments of inner peace and ease, even when things get hectic and stressful
  14. 14. I am patient with myself and with others
  15. 15. I observe how experiences arise and fade away
  16. 16. I am able to smile when I notice how I sometimes make life difficult
  17. 17. I am relax, calm and peaceful in the presence of here and now
  18. 18. SUKHIHOTU May you be well & happy
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