Float On is a 1-page, 8.5×11″ PDF printable worksheet.
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Imagine life is an infinite lazy river. Your only responsibility is to float.
You don’t have to steer. You don’t have to navigate. You don’t have to paddle. Just lie back and enjoy the ride. You’ll see different simulations projected along the banks. Some of them will be quite pleasing, others will repulse you. Whatever you do, don’t get attached to those illusions. Don’t reach out and hold on to them. When you try to hold onto something on the river bank—whether it is something you love, or hate—you’re no longer floating along. You’re stagnating.
This is a meditative worksheet for accessing the Now and becoming aware of your thoughts. Use it to center yourself and find peace within.
Tina Dutkiewicz –
Every once in a while I come across something that is so powerful it stops my mind. At first glance I thought it was cute and looked like a easy exercise to Float through. After reading the directions I was blown away with hundreds of visions of why my life has become so un-manageable. So simple, so powerful, and so very needed in times like these. Float on my friends.