Last week I was asked by a well known agency to make a list of live seminar topics which I thought were vital for people in organisations, helping them facilitate organised change in their work place.
I reflected. It’s crucial for people at this time to know how to manage their own lives easily. How do we achieve this?
How do we know which thoughts and ideas are part of our own life plan, and which ideas are those that we get from our external environments.
Why did I find this important?
When you live what you choose to live consciously, then your mind and body system feels secure and fulfilled and healthy and happy. And it’s a daily process.
Some people can do this through meditation, by being still and allowing thoughts to dissolve. I find it easier to do this by moving. I walk. Walking clears my head and allows me to process ideas and thoughts in a more organised and practical way. Because walking is practical and easy and my body knows how to do this automatically.
At the beginning of my day, I write down all the things I need to get done during the day, and I prioritise what’s important and what’s fine, if I don’t get it done.
Once I’ve listed these projects, I then logically and practically ask my Self how to fulfill these in the most efficient way. This sets up direction for my mind and body to follow, and it gives the day’s activities an order. It directs how I choose to use the energy of the day. This order creates peace and balance and harmonises time.
Maybe, you could try this and see how it works for you?
Wishing you a healthy and happy life in all that you do!
Dr Sangeeta Sahi