Friday, April 4, 2014

Being At Home

This is an exercise which can support and nurture our life.

For this to work best, I encourage you to regularly write down responses throughout the week, throughout day, because writing enables us to clarify and articulate what we are believing or holding to - use a notebook, a digital format or what works for you.

Notice where/ when you are/feel "at home" ? 

Notice where / when you are/feel not "at home"? 

In place of "at home" you can use other phrases such as "ok" or "not ok", or what ever phrase works for you.

Looking more closely, which "external" circumstances are related to being "at home" or being not "at home"?

Which "internal" circumstances in terms of body conditions, body-mind, emotion thought, relationship or social conditions  are connected or associated with feeling "at home" or "not at home" ? 

Look, what makes for feeling at home, what makes for feeling not at home?

And what are the results in your life of being "at home"?

What are the results in your life of not being "at home", of being "not at home"?

(c) 2014 Elihu Genmyo Smith