Patience – an art?


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Patience, Art of Intelligent Waiting

Patience, Art of Intelligent Waiting

“Adopt the pace of nature: Her secret is patience.”

—Ralph Waldo Emerson—

Patience Through Inner Ease

  • If you are feeling impatient, acknowledge your feelings as soon as you sense that you are out of sync – experiencing feelings such as impatience, frustration, anxiety, being judgmental or mental gridlock.
  • Take a short time-out to do heart-focused breathing: breathe a little slower than usual, and imagine you are breathing through your heart or chest area.
  • As you do heart-focused breathing, imagine with each breath that you are drawing in feelings of patience and inner ease.
  • Anchor these feelings of patience and inner peace in your heart. Do this throughout your daily tasks, interactions and challenges.

Adapted from the Inner-Ease Technique.

If you wish to read the full article – please go here :

http://www.heartmath.org/templates/ihm/e-ewsletter/article/2012/spring/patience.php

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2 Comments on “Patience – an art?”

  1. Mike Barratt says:

    Those are great suggestions! Thank you for sharing!


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