The yogis believe there are three minds:
The negative mind protects us by generating fight or flight responses
The positive mind creates stories to help us understand potential effects of our choices
The neutral mind is a nonjudgmental observer of the negative mind and positive mind
Without a well-developed neutral mind, we judge ourselves, we limit ourselves, and we make assumptions that are not based in reality.
A well-developed neutral mind can sift through information, our thoughts and ideas, and help us keep what we need.
Our intuition helps us navigate what's real and what's bullsh*t.
Practicing mindfulness is a way to become an observer of your thoughts and the sensations in your body.
Become present by checking in with yourself WITHOUT judgment. Your task is to become a nonjudgmental observer.
Connect to your breath. How are you breathing? Is your breath shallow, or deep?
Try breathing slowly and deeply through your nostrils, slowing down to 4 breaths per minute.
Notice cool air on the inhale; the warm air through the nostrils on the exhale.
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