Acceptance, as I keep saying, is the second half of mindfulness (the first is awareness). It means not rushing to judgment, pausing to take in the reality of situations and increasing your tolerance for experience.
By helping you to avoid knee-jerk reactions, acceptance improves your quality of life and that of those around you.
It increases your choices by helping you to pause long enough to see what those choices might be.
Mindfulness – awareness of the present moment – makes it easier to pause and to see things differently.
So try to build mindfulness and acceptance into your day – it will make a difference.
To learn more about acceptance and other aspects of mindfulness, do my online course Easy Mindfulness.
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