Of the monkey mind or #gratitude as an alternative

Of the monkey mind or #gratitude as an alternative

Sometimes I feel shame because I did superhuman efforts to get a lawyer diploma and here I am, renting a studio flat designed for one person in which I will live with my two children.

However each experience taught me something and made me evolve. Yes I sometimes wake up in the middle of the night but it is to write down ideas for upcoming videos. I no longer go back home from work in the middle of the night, never seeing my children.

Moreover, my heart swells with so much gratitude towards the people I love with magical intensity. This is what helps me to slow down the monkey mind, the one which believe worrying is useful.

To learn to question your thoughts I recommend the work of Byron Katie my friend my sister notably with her books A mind at home with itself and the classic Loving what is.

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