Practice is a noun

Hello God!

I have received an important information from Brian Johnston.

“A practice (as a noun) can be anything you practice on a regular basis as an integral part of your life—not in order to gain something else, but for its own sake… For a master, the rewards gained along the way are fine, but they are not the main reason for the journey. Ultimately, the master and the master’s path are one. And if the traveler is fortunate—that is, if the path is complex and profound enough—the destination is two miles farther away for every mile he or she travels.” ~ George Leonard from Mastery

If we intend to be a master of our lives—in our self-development, our intimate and professional relationships, our work, our hobbies—we need to practice the skills inherent to mastering that subject AND make that practice a practice.

Practice as a noun. It’s a powerful concept.

Can you make your self-development a practice? Create rituals around your meditation or journaling or reading or exercising so that it’s not a “when I can squeeze it in” kinda thing but a fundamental part of you? A practice you honor on your path to mastery.

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Perfect Life!

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Pure Love!

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Pure Luck!



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