Sunday thoughts from a fibromyalgia mind v18.10


If you are new to reading my blog Sunday thoughts from a fibro mind are just a small update on my inner thoughts from the week usually typed out with my Sunday morning coffee and some of the images from my phone. (If I have any from that week) 

Sunday already! Wow, how did that happen, this week really has flown. 
I can honestly say I have not done anything this week of any real interest but it has been such a contented one. Maybe that is the key to real happiness for me, I have everything I need right here. 

It really is good to stop in the pursuit of happiness and just be happy.
My greatest achievement this week all happened within my mind. It is great to gain mental clarity within the areas of your mind that needed a good dusting. 

I practice mindfulness as much as I can. This is basically "a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's feelings, thoughts and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique."  

If this all that sounds like hard work don't worry I will be writing a blog about it. You can not achieve it overnight but it is well worth starting as you start to focus more on the beautiful moments in your day. 

So my week, the small beautiful moments captured by my phone camera that made me smile.. 
Never sure why people hate Bindweed as it is so pretty.

Lemon cake on a hot Summers night was delicious.

I do love kiddie sweets,

Half a glass of cider and I am feeling rough as a bear.

So sad, couldn't save this little fella. 

Making a rainbow blanket.

Seamus's hair on the washing line for little birds to use for nest building.

Finding happy rocks.

The glass of cider that killed me!

Blogging in bed.

No energy on roasting days.

Seamus cooling off in the sunshine.

I made a rainbow bag.

Love my sleep mask.

Burnt some sage to clear the energy for a new month. 

....And lastly today I burnt some sage to clear any negative energy from last month ready for the month ahead read 5 mini goals for July 2018 

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  1. When the pain does not disappear, what we have left is our emotions and cognitive reframing, which can make our situations better or worse, depending on how we see and respond to the situation.

    Mindfulness is a great cognitive strategy, especially for those with chronic illness!

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