Heel laat las ik het boekje van MediReva, over wat geluk voor hun klanten betekent – het boekje heet ‘Over ons’. Ik vond het een inspirerend boekje. Dank je wel, MediReva Denk je daar wel eens over na? Over geluk hoeft niet persé, maar gewoon, waarover of waarbij je je goed voelt. Vaak rennen we […]
Like preparing a meal, doing the laundry, ironing. She always tells me when I invite her for a cup of coffee. I cannot do lots of things. And thanks to my illness and thanks to mindfulness I don’t have to do lots of things! You know what? I am happy for that. A psychologist at the MS-center I am going to asked me to cooperate in events for MS-patients. She asked me if I am prepared to tell my story as an ‘expert’ in having MS as well as being a teacher is mindfulness. I said yes. And I was thinking about what mindfulness has given me.
It still does all the time. I don’t have to do a lot. Yes, of course the reason is that I cannot do a lot of things. (I have secundary progressive MS). MS sucks, yes it does. I think that if someone must not do a lot mindful thinking can help her or him to be happy, here and now.
My mother is happy
I am sure of it. I know it because she thinks it is necessary, so…
I know the experience of the moment (this is educated in mindfulness training) can help us all to feel happy at that time at that place.