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Embracing Ease Every Day

By Margarita Tartakovsky, MS
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Right now I’m taking Rachel’s excellent Ease Hunting course, where we’re focusing on finding ease, space and sanctuary in our everyday. So lately I’ve been paying more attention to how I move throughout my days and how I naturally seek and find ease.

One thing I’ve realized: Ease definitely doesn’t come naturally to me. As a highly sensitive person, I’m easily overwhelmed by my environment.

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Embracing Ease Every Day

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  1. I enjoy the pursuit of finding these moments in my every day life. The world can be noisy, yet there is so much beauty and stillness that can help us focus on the moment at hand.
    Yes, easier said than done. Yet, serenity can and is an achievable goal.

    • @ Solitaire, I totally agree. There is sooo much beauty and stillness in the world, and it’s available to us in every moment. Sometimes, we just need to adjust our vision. It’s definitely not easy, but it’s an important reminder. That’s why doing the gratitude project — where I take a few pics a day of the little things that bring me joy — has been so powerful for me.

  2. Some years ago, I heard a speaker refer to instilling ‘margin’ into our lives–whether it be time, financial, or personal–and that’s stuck with me, especially when getting close to the red zone in one area or another.

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