learning how to pivot

Because it has always been done one way, doesn’t mean it has to continue in the same way. Is tradition really a habit or something else? Learning how to pivot, is stopping and turning. It takes practice to pivot, it gives me another perspective when I need to change directions and or approaches.

practice pivoting

brush art by LLGriffin
line practice by LLGriffin

Pivoting is not the end of the disruption process, but the beginning of the next leg of your journey ― Jay Samit

is there beauty in transitions?

I believe there’s beauty in transitions. The hard part is appreciating each step.

poppy image transitions by LLGriffin
poppy by LLGriff

Wilting flowers do not cause suffering; it is the unrealistic desire that flowers will not wilt that causes suffering – Thich Nhat Hanh

looking back

Learning, and understanding may be gained by looking back.

Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards. Søren Kierkegaard

mixed media by LLGriffin
looking back by LLGriffin

slow down

because you can’t take the hairpin turn at full speed

mixed media by LLGriffin

slow down

it’s a reminder – another way to say it practice pausing

what does it look like to practice everyday?

everything is practice – Periander

Everyday I have an opportunity to practice. For me it’s learning a language, practicing yoga, showing up in my painting studio or simply learning how to practice pausing.

I need to keep in mind what the definition of practice is – practice means,  training, rehearsal, repetition.

The question, what does it look like to practice everyday? The answer has to be show up, even when I don’t feel like it. I’m a practitioner.

This journal is a journey

Let it help you on your path.

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