3 min

Cultivating Patience

3 Min
Life Coaching
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Stephanie Lewis (NBC-HWC)
Mindfulness Teacher & Coach
One of the foundational attitudes of mindfulness is patience. In mindfulness, patience becomes a practice of active waiting when we draw the experience of impatience into our practice. This audio invites you to sit with the sensations of the discomfort of impatience to expand your awareness and make choices that serve you. In peace and gratitude, Stephanie
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Actively Waiting
I thought that was an interesting choice of words to describe impatience.
Actively cultivating patience seems impossible for me in this moment. Everything in my life feels hopeless. I feel like I ruin everything, one hundred percent of the time. I know that learning to be patient with others would GREATLY improve all of my relationships, not just intimate ones. My goal for this day is to acknowledge that I am being impatient, immerse myself in the annoyance, and use breathing to get through the moment, no matter how long the moment may be. I really liked “patience is not passivity”. Felt like an aha moment for me.
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