A Mindfulness Practice for Weeding the Garden of Your Mind
Jones, D. (2012, June 2). A Mindfulness Practice for Weeding the Garden of Your Mind. HuffPost. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/mindfulness-practice_b_1560254
With an unattended mind, whatever is introduced to it, it takes as serious instruction to grow that thought-seed into a full-blown plant -- be it a rose or a weed, it doesn't care. Just like receptive potting soil in a flower box, the subconscious mind says, "yes" to all seeds planted, positive or otherwise. When you stop and consider how many thought-seeds are blown, dropped, or purposefully planted in your mind on a daily basis, it may cause you to tend to your mental garden with a bit more regularity. To continue reading, follow the link above.