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Never set as your goal something that a dead person can do better than you. For example, to stop eating chocolate—that’s something a dead person can do better than you because, no matter what, they’ll definitely never, ever eat chocolate again. Or to stop feeling depressed—that’s something a dead person can do better than you, because they’ll never feel depressed ever again. Any goal that is about not doing something or stopping doing something is a dead person’s goal. To convert it to a live person’s goal (i.e. something that a live person can do better than a dead one) you need to ask yourself: ‘If I was no longer doing this activity (or feeling this way or thinking like this), what would I be doing with my time? How would I be acting differently?’ For example, suppose you answered, ‘If I was no longer smoking, I’d be going for a walk after lunch, breathing in the fresh air, instead of puffing on a cigarette.’ Okay, so make that your goal: after lunch, instead of having a cigarette, get up and go for a walk and breathe in the fresh air. That is definitely something you can do better than a dead person. Or suppose you answered, ‘If I stopped feeling so anxious, I’d spend more time socialising with friends.’ Great! Now you can set a live person’s goal: to socialise more with your friends. A dead person always feels less anxiety than a live one—but a dead person can’t socialise! 🐣 Happy Easter 🐰 #personaldevelopment #goals #values #forceofnature #forest #health #wellness #shinrinyoku #forestbathing #yoga #mindfulness #nature #forceofnatureevent #kvinnligaäventyrare #hälsainaturen #friluftsliv #intothewild #meditation #adventure #hälsa #gocamping #naturebasedinterventions #natureness #takeadeepbreath #Reinebringen #lofoten #naturebased #skogsbad #likeawildernessgirl #norway

Never set as your goal something that a dead person can do better than you. For example, to stop eating chocolate—that’s something a dead person can do better than you because, no matter what, they’ll definitely never, ever eat chocolate again. Or to stop feeling depressed—that’s something a dead person can do better than you, because they’ll never feel depressed ever again. Any goal that is about not doing something or stopping doing something is a dead person’s goal. To convert it to a live person’s goal (i.e. something that a live person can do better than a dead one) you need to ask yourself: ‘If I was no longer doing this activity (or feeling this way or thinking like this), what would I be doing with my time? How would I be acting differently?’ For example, suppose you answered, ‘If I was no longer smoking, I’d be going for a walk after lunch, breathing in the fresh air, instead of puffing on a cigarette.’ Okay, so make that your goal: after lunch, instead of having a cigarette, get up and go for a walk and breathe in the fresh air. That is definitely something you can do better than a dead person. Or suppose you answered, ‘If I stopped feeling so anxious, I’d spend more time socialising with friends.’ Great! Now you can set a live person’s goal: to socialise more with your friends. A dead person always feels less anxiety than a live one—but a dead person can’t socialise! 🐣 Happy Easter 🐰 #personaldevelopment  #goals  #values  #forceofnature  #forest  #health  #wellness  #shinrinyoku  #forestbathing  #yoga  #mindfulness  #nature  #forceofnatureevent  #kvinnligaäventyrare  #hälsainaturen  #friluftsliv  #intothewild  #meditation  #adventure  #hälsa  #gocamping  #naturebasedinterventions  #natureness  #takeadeepbreath  #Reinebringen  #lofoten  #naturebased  #skogsbad  #likeawildernessgirl  #norway 

6 Comments:

  1. eco.mimi

    Love this

  2. ashiatsu.srq

    Great advice! 🤔

  3. educatedearthling

    Love it! 🌎💚

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