We will often blame the other person for our frustration — they’re the ones being difficult, inconsiderate, selfish, stubborn. And there’s often good reason for that. So how can we work with these expectations so we can be more at peace, less reactive, and more compassionate with others? Let’s take a look.
Connecting with nature is another aspect of spirituality that can be beneficial. Spending time in the great outdoors can help you to relax and rejuvenate as well as be useful "me time." This, in turn, can help promote patience and forgiveness, and the ability to be less judgmental of others.
Giving ourselves kindness is such an important act of self-care, and yet is rarely ever done. It's more about showing yourself some self-compassion and understanding for who you are and what you've been through.
Stop what you are doing right now (for a minute). Forget about what is going on around you. The world won’t stop turning for a short moment. Just be with yourself. If it is appropriate, wherever you are, or whatever you are doing in this moment . . . just be.