Last week I thought my Dad was on death’s door after his stroke, as did the doctors. So we have all been surprised that he is still with us, and even eating (this time last week he couldn’t swallow). I’ve been spending time with both him and my Mum but one of the blessings of my work is that I can often do it from anywhere. So I’ve been continuing with getting my new book ready, and working on my new 5 day challenge (Start Your Living Legacy) which I am getting really excited about. You’ll hear about it very soon 🙂
So today I just want to invite you to practice ‘being here now’ in every moment (or at least as often as you can).
One way to do this is also associated with my Dad. He and my Mum had been making a point of smiling on the hour, every hour during the day.
My invitation to you is to do this, and also to take those moments to pay attention to what your thoughts and feelings are in that moment. In other words, on the hour, every hour, smile; be where you are, fully present, simply noticing what is happening.
No judgment, no criticism, no praise – just noticing. And take some of my Dad’s smile with you!
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