(If a piece isn't linked, use the search engine to find the piece.) Also, these will be (or maybe are at this time) included in the overall example notebook.
Perspective tor the day
(The following headings are the same as those in the table of contents for the Reminders Notebook. )
My base in life
I already am - I already have everything..., I will not settle for less than full self-liberation...I
have the power...I avoid the traps...most happenings are actually neutral...in control of my
thoughts or not...no basis for right/wrong/blame in life...my task in life is to simply...check for
later update (you'll see a date here)
What I have - Filling up for the day (using the opposite idea of loss or lack...)
My affirmations, mantras
added to explain the basis, so one can "get this straight".
Mantras - Use this to "power over" negative thoughts, by repeating over and over - or just use
them as a general calming or centering repeated statement.
can't control and that I need to appreciate what I have.
other than one wants, it is a time when one can make oneself wrong. This is a reflection of the
clearer on what I put into my mind. I was given an opportunity to write for 90 minutes in a
These are excerpts from that writing, ones that I try to read daily. This kind of exercise can
have a huge impact on one's life.
My personal declaration
How I live
declarations and a bunch of other declarations about my life, how I shall live it, with some
truisms and beliefs I hold to be true and beneficial.
Who I Am
Where am I? Who am I? What am I capable of?
Who I actually am and who I can be
What I Can And Can’t Control
How then shall I live?
My life is meaningful
The peace song
This is the moment…
What works in life
Reminders of what works and how to be much more alive
When I'm "down"
Other sections I might wish to look at:
Peace Of Mind
My Morning Meditation - To remind me of my basic stance and some possible meditation alternatives I can do. I believe it is essential to do one of these a day, even if only for 5 minutes a day, in order to keep proper sanity.