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  • Patience consciousness refers to the state of being aware and conscious of one’s own level of patience in any given moment. It’s the ability to observe oneself and the emotions that arise from impatience and the ability to understand the reasons behind it. It’s the willingness to accept the present moment, and the ability to be patient with oneself and others without judgment. It’s a state of mind that allows an individual to respond to situations calmly, instead of reacting impulsively.
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  • These action steps can help to promote patience consciousness:
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  • Step 1: Identify Triggers
  • The first step to action  is to identify the situations or triggers that cause us to become impatient. This could be anything from traffic jams to waiting in line at the grocery store. Once we have identified these triggers, we can begin to understand the root causes of our impatience.
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  • Step 2: Recognize the Consequences
  • Once we understand the triggers of our impatience, we can begin to recognize the negative consequences that come with it. Impatience can cause us to become frustrated, stressed, and even angry. Recognizing these consequences can help us to understand the importance of developing patience.
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  • Step 3: Practice Mindfulness:
  • One of the best ways to cultivate the seed of patience within ourselves is to practice mindfulness. Mindfulness allows us to be present in the moment and to focus on our breath and our thoughts. This can help us to let go of our impatience and to be more patient with ourselves and others.
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  • Step 4: Set Realistic Expectations:
  • Another important step in cultivating the seed of patience is to set realistic expectations. We often become impatient when we expect things to happen quickly or when we expect things to be perfect. By setting realistic expectations, we can avoid becoming impatient and instead focus on the present moment.
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  • Step 5: Take a Break:
  • Sometimes, the best way to cultivate the seed of patience is to simply take a break. When we feel ourselves becoming impatient, we can step away from the situation and take a few deep breaths. This can help us to calm down, become present and to refocus our thoughts.
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  • Step 6: Reward Yourself:
  • It is important to reward ourselves for our patience. When we can successfully navigate a situation without becoming impatient, we should reward ourselves with something that brings us joy. This can be anything from a small treat to a relaxing activity.
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  • Patience consciousness and our ability to experience patience requires us to be aware of, our triggers, recognizing the consequences of our impatience, practicing mindfulness, setting realistic expectations, taking a break and rewarding ourselves for our patience. With a consistent effort, patience will become a natural habit in our daily lives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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