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Zen Kids: A Review by Brayden Allen

The Zen Division The Zen Mat is amazing because you can use it when ever you need. It helps to sooth the muscels and calms you down. There are multipul ways to use the Zen Mat like putting it on the couch while you watch T.V. or on your car seat or even on your bed.      I love the Zen mat because I play rugby and I am the smallest on the feild and get injured lots but now with the Zen mat I can get injured but helps get rid of the pain within minutes. You can use the Zen mat if you feel depressed, stressed, stif, sore and tired. If you like you can even go...

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Celebrating Freedom!

Day 10: Celebrating Freedom! Most of us love to celebrate but, how many of us see it as more than just a superfluous frivolity? All too often we focus on what’s not working and don't take the time to notice what’s gone well -and then stop and celebrate with intention. Celebrating doesn't just feel good, it's useful too. Purposefully noting our achievements, of all shapes and sizes, plays a part in developing a success mindset, inspires and increases motivation and helps us recognise what’s working well.  Today I am celebrating taking committed and consistent, imperfect action, and the resulting expansion of my comfort zone. Woo hoo!   In reviewing the challenges of the last ten days, the gem for me would have to be 'Finding Your...

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Location Independence

y Day 9: Location Independence I have a view for location independence, not so much because I want to constantly be on the move and wake up in a different place each morning. Quite the contrary. I rather like the idea of living in a wee cottage and tending to my garden, surrounded by a friendly and supportive community, but with the freedom to embark on a travel adventure, spend time with friends and family abroad, take the time out to spend at a retreat, or book into a course or mastermind, if it serves me.  Now, I don't know about you, but maintaining balance in my life is a case for continuous inquiry and a fair amount of vigilance.  Balancing...

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Choosing Your Adventure

Day 8: Choosing Your Adventure Now, Mahjong is not typically what one would call a daring adventure however, in following the instruction to 'do something that you've wanted to do for a long time. Go out play, enjoy...', I think this has it covered. The Chinese game of tiles has been passed down through four generations in our family, so it part of my heritage. When I play I feel connected to my kin, past and present. It's not something I usually make time for, but today I did. I connected with friends, and as per my mothers instructions, we laughed, and laughed. It felt so good. When was the last time you really laughed?  The tactile experience makes it...

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Beating Procrastination and Overwhelm

Day 7: Beating Procrastination And Overwhelm There are two big kahunas for me when it comes to procrastination and I get the feeling that I am not alone. One is perfection and the other is overwhelm. Between these terrible two I can get to the end of the day and despite being super busy the whole time, not a minute of lazing about I assure you, I wonder what exactly I have to show for it.  My solution: imperfect action. Everyday. Let me be more specific. After setting out my schedule for the day, I will identify an area of focus for this task, in the realm of 'content', be it e-mails, an article, a course or a newsletter that I am working on...

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