Sunday, September 21, 2008

10 Most Memorable Moments: A Daily Practice

It has been discovered that the human brain remembers and catalogs distressing events more than the pleasurable and positive ones. This of course contributes to our survival. What do you want to remember? Do you want to remember all the parts of your day that were stressful and chaotic or do you want to remember the times that you were inspired, awestruck, in ecstasy, or complete peace. At the end of the day take 10 minutes to write down your most favorite memorable moments that you experienced in your day. Do this practice for a week and see what happens when you start to notice and track what life is bringing you each day.

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