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Kind words are a gift. They create wealth in the heart.
Jan Chozen Bays (How to Train a Wild Elephant: And Other Adventures in Mindfulness)
When you are unhappy, discover what you are clinging to and let it go.
Jan Chozen Bays (How to Train a Wild Elephant: And Other Adventures in Mindfulness)
Resting in this moment, we have no age.
Jan Chozen Bays (How to Train a Wild Elephant: And Other Adventures in Mindfulness)
Anxiety is the subtle and pervasive destroyer of our happiness. It depends on thoughts of past and future. It cannot exist in the present.
Jan Chozen Bays (How to Train a Wild Elephant: And Other Adventures in Mindfulness)
Words: First practice leaving no traces. Then practice leaving things better than you found them.
Jan Chozen Bays (How to Train a Wild Elephant: And Other Adventures in Mindfulness)
it is all too easy for us in this postindustrial era to take eating so for granted that we engage in it with huge unawareness, and also freight it (all puns intended) with complicated psychological and emotional issues that obscure and sometimes seriously distort a simple, basic, and miraculous aspect of our lives.
Jan Chozen Bays (Mindful Eating: A Guide to Rediscovering a Healthy and Joyful Relationship with Food (Revised Edition))
A few years ago a corrective report announced that people had misinterpreted the first report. Humans needed a total of sixty-four ounces of liquid a day, but they did not have to drink that amount from a glass. It actually all could come from food. And coffee and tea counted. Studies showed that these caffeinated beverages didn’t deplete the body’s liquids after all. Why, in the midst of this epidemic of grown-ups toting and constantly nursing from water bottles decorated with various company logos, has no one asked how our mothers and fathers and our grandparents, and the entire human race for tens of thousands of years before, escaped mass annihilation by dehydration because high-impact polycarbonate plastic bottles filled with “spring water” hadn’t been invented yet? Our modern minds believed what putative “science” and old wives’ tales in magazines told us and overrode the wisdom of our bodies. WHEN
Jan Chozen Bays (Mindful Eating: A Guide to Rediscovering a Healthy and Joyful Relationship with Food)