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  1. Laurie

    Not be limited by fear, complacency, or walls I’ve erected to keep others out or in. Take risks and explore. Not settle for smallness

    3 years ago
  2. J

    Life is like a video game if you really think of it. You got to take care of yourself to not lose XP but think about all the fun moments that you get in the game, it’s the same in life

    3 years ago
  3. Javier Visionquest

    death is certain
    life is not

    3 years ago
  4. mam_gigi

    I feel alive when I go out in nature. I really enjoy hiking and kayaking and get a sense of peace from it. I also enjoy spending time in worship, singing on Sundays really helps me feel connected. Finally, exercise exhausts me in the moment, but I often feel more charged and energized aferwards. So those are some things that just me feel more physically present and connected to the world.

    3 years ago
  5. d

    I am holding three keys in my hand, each to a door I find sacred.

    The problem is never the freedom, time to unlock those doors.

    3 years ago
  6. Maurice Frank

    Pay attention. Savor. Think and feel deeply.

    3 years ago
  7. Hot Sauce

    To experience a greater sense of aliveness, I can dig deeper into the teachings of the ancient and modern mystery schools, as these can help me to understand the secrets of the universe and to have wonder about great knowledge that few people have been historically privy to.

    3 years ago
  8. Don Jones

    Standing in the rain. Summer rain has big fat rain drops that splash on your face.

    3 years ago
  9. pkr

    Shake it up. Try something different, something new. Be open. Be receptive. Happy Christmastime to All here….May Joy find You…🎄❤️🙏🧑🏻‍🎄❄️🌧🎄✨

    3 years ago
  10. Brian

    Purposeful pauses each day.

    3 years ago
  11. Chance8423

    I can experience a greater sense of aliveness by spending more time in nature, quiet and alone, and absorbing the feeling that I am a part of it.

    3 years ago
  12. Marnie Jackson

    Hike more…..

    3 years ago
  13. Melissa

    Be in the now. Be aware of all I have to be grateful for. Eat healthy. Get enough sleep.
    Go on a adventure.

    3 years ago
  14. Butterfly

    I take a deep breath, let it out in a long slow sigh and centre myself in my body.

    3 years ago
    1. Mica

      Thank you, Butterfly – it worked!

      3 years ago
  15. Holly in Ohio

    Mixing it up helps me sometimes… just simple things like sitting in a different room, doing a different task, listening more carefully to someone without judging that I think I know what they are going to say or mean, going out when I can (but now we are being careful), preparing different foods, learning about something we thought we had no interest in, and being present and relishing the moments with gratitude.

    3 years ago
  16. devy

    Hopefully we’ll soon get more snow so that I can get into my cross country skiing. I find that the stillness, solitude of nature and feeling my heart pound as I glide brings a feeling of being alive and appreciating life

    3 years ago
  17. Mary Pat

    A change in our environment helped this summer. We took one day a week and just went somewhere like a state park, a county park, and sometimes we took the dog, sometimes not…..I felt so alive walking on the trails, looking down on the lake, even driving there gave me a sense of aliveness.
    It’s winter here, so I need to find somewhere else that will give me that same respite.

    3 years ago
  18. Carol

    Pause, Look, Listen, breath deeply often. Taking your focus off of the goal and being present to and enjoying the journey.

    3 years ago
  19. Patricia

    Savor unexpected moments…

    3 years ago
  20. Kevin

    Sometimes just breaking out and away from certain routines, daily habits that serve no real purpose is enough. A change in scenery, even locally, is enough to help me see, hear, and feel things differently. It’s not rocket science, nor expensive, the hardest part is just doing it with purpose. Another thing is just looking up, up at the sky to take in the expansiveness of it, and look into the clouds and watch how they change gradually. And while looking up, look to see if you’re able to see the horizon, that place where the earth and the sky seem to come together. We know also that some indigenous peoples experience the horizon as a spiritual experience and place, and give it its own name and recite specific prayers and chants while observing where earth and sky come together. How can that not make anyone feel more alive?

    3 years ago
    1. Maurice Frank

      Thank you Kevin for your beautiful reflection.

      3 years ago
      1. Kevin

        Thank you, Maurice. Holiday greetings to you, and, Happy New Year too on the horizon!

        3 years ago
  21. sunnypatti48317

    What I’m already doing now… wake up grateful, expect miracles, pause to take in a great view (the sky, the ocean, sunrises/sunsets, birds chasing each other, etc), laugh, hold hands, enjoy each bite of food, and love with all of my heart.

    3 years ago
  22. Michele

    My work ing in a Tissue Bank is a daily reminder of my aliveness. Riding a rollercoaster does it too😉

    3 years ago
  23. EJP

    Free my heart from hatred. Free my mind from worries. Live simply. Give more. Expect less and enjoy every moment.

    3 years ago
  24. Dusty Su

    Laugh, love, be light…

    3 years ago

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