“Creating a sanctuary in the mind…take in the good”

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short slide show/youtube video of these pages,
(added with permission from Rick Hanson)
with some soft, pretty, gentle music in the background
enlarge/full screen (lower right corner) for easier viewing.

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I’ve found that reading these words and ideas,
imagining each positive sense,
lingering with each positive feeling,
and really taking in the goodness
provides a wonderful sense
of nurturing, hope, encouragement  and comfort.
I hope this sense comes through for others, too.
With this hope….
I share the pages and ideas with all

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These pages were created in November, 2011.
Pages added to Pocket Perspectives blog and PP youtube channel, with Rick Hanson’s permission. Thank you so much for these kind and comforting ideas…they have been so helpful.
Just One Thing Weekly Newsletter  10/28/11 Know You’re a Good Person, Creating a Sanctuary
Just One Thing, Rick Hanson: Archive link
UCBerkeley, Greater Good Science Center Newsletter:  Just One Thing, Wake Up to the Good
Rick Hanson, author of Buddha’s Brain, Just One Thing, Wisebrain Website
Important Note: The Compassionate Brain, presented by Rick Hanson, 7 week seminar starts October 8, amazing speakers! (I’ll post more tomorrow about series, speakers etc) Sign up ahead of time…It’s free!

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8 Comments

  1. Such a relaxing video. You are very good at this! I think your friend might be interested in this. Perhaps you can write him a thank you for all that has stayed with you and share the link with him.

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    1. thank you Georgette.
      Oh, I do share what I make and offer lots of very sincere appreciation…on a regular basis. I have several people, including this person and the friend from my other blog, who have been so encouraging, interested and supportive, as I’ve been learning, creating and starting to share more of what I make…I was extremely “shy” at first, and sometimes still am, so that encouragement has been supportive….and kind appreciation extended back and forth. Aren’t people amazing they way they encourage and support each other?…. wow…a real blessing!

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