Mariza | "Good" or "Bad"? | Do "Nothing" | Your Anger Is Not Your Fault

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Mariza | "Good" or "Bad"? | Do "Nothing" | Your Anger Is Not Your Fault
By Zen Breaks • Issue #7 • View online
Hi, it’s Tuesday again, let’s take a Break together?

23. "Melhor de Mim"
Mariza
Mariza
A song that usually cheers me up in less pleasant moments, that sends me a sign of hope and optimism.
This is a suggestion to cheer you up whenever you need a little help, and is also an excellent reason to take one short break.
This beautiful Portuguese song that can be used not only to listen but also to try to notice the effect it has on us, what it makes us feel in our body and in our mind.
Main message:
Sei que o melhor de mim está para chegar
Sei que o melhor de melhor de mim está por chegar
Sei que o melhor de mim está para chegar
I know that the best of me is to come
I know that the best of me yet is to come
I know that the best of me is to come
24. Good or Bad? "I Don't Know, We'll See"
Fostering a Nonjudgmental Attitude
Fostering a Nonjudgmental Attitude
In this video, you are going to learn how to get better at managing your emotions by learning to describe them, instead of judging them. 
“Positive” emotions and “negative emotions”? Well, “judging your emotions just isn’t helpful, it generally makes you feel worse”, let’s try something different.
Let’s try not to judge emotions to not fall into the “negative” trap and to discover a Greater variety and richness in our emotions.
25. Can You Do Nothing?
Be Calmer — It Takes Nothing
26. Your Anger Is Not Your Fault
Tara Talks: The Wisdom of 'It's Not My Fault'
Tara Talks: The Wisdom of 'It's Not My Fault'
Realizing that the anger we feel is not our fault, is not a way of saying that we are not responsible for what goes on in our lives.
It is rather a way of understanding the factors that condition us, that motivate many of the emotions we feel and that we don’t know how to deal with.
From that place of understanding and acceptance, we can then assume our responsibility to start adopting different attitudes, as Tara Brach explains us.
Let’s meet again next Tuesday?
Let’s meet again next Tuesday?
Thank you for sharing this moment.
Reminder: a few Breaks everyday keeps the stress away. Practice it.
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