- 320 writable pdf's to use repeatedly on your own computer
- Perfect for both beginner and advanced mindfulness levels
- 2 to 5 pages per pdf, each filled with science-based practices, inquiries and reflections
- Fillable text fields for you to digitally record, save, and share your typed answers and notes
- Used by mindfulness practitioners, coaches, therapists, professionals, parents and teachers in a variety of disciplines
- Sorted by: Meditation, Stress Reduction, Work & Career, Relationships, Self-Discovery, Purpose, and Family
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While it’s important to educate yourself about mindfulness and meditative practices, it’s not always easy to translate that information into action. In fact, you can even feel overwhelmed by the possibilities laid out before you. You know you want to live your life with greater intention, awareness, and clarity; but, the path forward from where you are now is hard to see. How do you go about the process of mindful life design?
To help you incorporate mindful awareness into your daily life, we’re offering you this free “mindful life blueprint.” It will help you design the life that you want to live: one filled with peace, gratitude, clarity, and fulfillment.
The intention of mindful life design is to help you organize your thoughts and prioritize things in your life, so as to arrive at a place of peace, happiness, and mindfulness in your day to day experience.
You’ll begin this “mindful life blueprint” by assessing your life as it is right now. We’ll ask you to consider a number of things about your daily life. Some of them will be highly specific, and others involve sweeping, big picture ideas. For example: what do you consider to be your life’s work? How do you think other people perceive you? What people in your life do you consider yourself closest to? How do you feel from day to day? What’s missing in your life, and what do you already have more than enough of?
From there, you’ll commit some of your thoughts about the future to paper. How are you preparing for old age, retirement, and death? How would you characterize your career path? In the future, how would you like other people to conceive of you? Do you want to have a family? What would you like your relationships to look like?
At the end of this worksheet, you’ll be asked to integrate everything you’ve done so far. By taking stock of where you are now and visualizing the future you’ve outlined, we’ll ask you consider the processes, procedures, routines, resources, and tools necessary to get from the present to your future ideal. By the time you’re done, you’ll have a detailed roadmap that will enable you to incorporate mindfulness into your daily life and achieve the life you’ve always dreamed of.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]