– Heartwood Path Waypoint 1.88 –
Set Your Own Course
To improve your wellbeing, realize that opportunities go through three stages: ridicule, opposition, and acceptance. Listening to friends, family members, and neighbors is often a big mistake for anyone trying to chart a non-traditional method of earning a living such as being a professional eco-centric life coach or being some other form of positive difference maker. The best way to inoculate yourself from the possible poor advice and influence of friends, family, and neighbors (who will likely have their own agendas) is to create for yourself a mastermind group (described subsequently) of people who share your vision.
If this is not a day when you prefer to spend time in nature without an agenda, do the following activity:
Setting Your Own Course
HumaNatureConnect Activity: Setting Your Own Course. With pen and journal in hand, go to an attractive natural area and, in a spirit of appreciation, look around you to find something that is attractive to you. Once you find an aspect of nature that is attractive to you continuously for at least ten seconds, use the optimal functioning you receive along with your continued attraction (which can be thought of as your consent to do this activity with the help of the attractive natural being) to take self-responsibility. Aimed at helping you set your own course, answer the following list, inspired by the book Taking Responsibility, by Nathaniel Branden, Ph.D (1996) in your journal:
How would you complete the following sentences:
Natural Systems Reflection Process
For best results, write down your impressions of this activity in your journal using as many of the following components as you see fit, afterwards, share your interpretations with others.
The Heartwood Path Exchange:
Swap Your Ideas, Impressions, Photos, And News With Others
Your input is vital. Enjoy sharing!
Heartwood Path Axioms: