I believe honoring the heart's deepest intentions leads to greater meaning and fulfillment. And, as we've learned, meaning and fulfillment in life leads to greater happiness and a better chance to step fully into a life we love.
Sowing our own seeds of intention to co-create this life we love can be accomplished any time of year in three nourishing and loving steps:
The next few blog posts will elucidate each of these steps using one of the seeds planted during our trip to Thailand as an example. (HINT: This seed involves elephants and is now super close to my heart!) In the meantime, I'd love to know: What's germinating in your heart?
~JoAnn Saccato, MA, is a mindfulness teacher, life coach, author and consultant. Mindfulness is the popular health and wellness practice based on purposefully paying kind, non-judgmental attention to direct experience. It is a scientifically proven approach that helps reduce stress and stress-related illnesses, increases focus and attention, decreases incidences of and relapses with depression, reduces anxiety, reduces relapses in addiction, and aids in sleep and digestive disorders. It has also been shown to increase well being, life satisfaction and happiness, as well as improved social relationships.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.