I recently learnt of a practice that was followed in the early 20th century in the Hungarian countryside. Kids were given time out for bad behavior by making them kneel on individual corn kernels as punishment.

While this practice is outdated and has not continued to this day, this was an interesting analogy to a technique that I practice. When my mind starts attacking me with nonsensical jargon, I send her to a corner to reconsider her strategy and allow her to return only when she has made peace.

“We are what we practice”, many of you have heard me say tirelessly. Keep practicing with rigor. The mind chatter slows down eventually and you can take ownership of your divine home (the gift of our bodies) by enhancing awareness of thoughts, words and deeds.

Humbly in the spirit of service
Prerna #mindtraining #awareness #rigor #integration #transformativesolutions #love #saturdaymorning.

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