The repetition of experience re-minds us that “I”, more often than not, forget. We won’t remember unless we participate in some regular repetitive form of remembering, what is often referred to as a discipline, a practice, or a ritual. Daniel Budd
Take time today to read this excerpt from an article by Daniel Budd about the importance of repetition and routine for well being in life. What is your discipline, ritual or practice for stillness? What is the lesson you keep ‘re-reading’ about how to find balance between information and contemplation in your daily life? If you feel like reading a full Jungian explanation of the importance of repetition, here is the link to the full article. We think it bears re-reading often.
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This Daily Stillness has been recycled from previously published ones:
• #tds413 Been there, done that…and I keep doing it (Aug 16, 2016)
• #tds632 Been there, done that…and I keep doing it (Mar 23, 2017)
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