Bazooka Jesus

Share your morning practice!

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How do you guys start into the day?

Here is how I do it:

  • Get out of bed
  • Thank the universe for another day and all of the riches that I am blessed with
  • Make tea
  • 30 minutes of Qi Gong
  • 40 minutes to one hour of Kriya Yoga
  • 30 minutes of Duolingo, sipping hot cacao, checking messages and dicking around on the internet

How 'bou you?


Why so serious?

 

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49 minutes ago, Bazooka Jesus said:

How do you guys start into the day?

Here is how I do it:

  • Get out of bed
  • Thank the universe for another day and all of the riches that I am blessed with
  • Make tea
  • 30 minutes of Qi Gong
  • 40 minutes to one hour of Kriya Yoga
  • 30 minutes of Duolingo, sipping hot cacao, checking messages and dicking around on the internet

How 'bou you?

Qi Gong sounds interesting! I start the morning straightaway opening the phone, though. Wait, I forgot another activity, I get out of bed first, and only then I do it!

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Open my eyes. Every morning, faithfully. Haven't stopped yet.

Edited by Princess Arabia

Thought = Time. Without thought there's no time. Death is the end of the illusion.

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1 hour strong determination sitting and then taking a 1-2h walk :x


In the Vast Expanse everything that arises is Lively Awakened Awareness.

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11 minutes ago, Princess Arabia said:

Open my eyes. Every morning, faithfully. Haven't stopped yet.

So touching!

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Usually i have a lot of dreams

wake up

eat some breakfast

recently in the mornings i‘ve done some inner child work

do some youtube and actualized forum

do maybe one yoga pose (the pigeon)

then go outside 

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Wake up

Look at my phone, read messages

Get dressed

Hot cocoa or tea and sit outside

Feed pets

20 min walk

Eat breakfast

20 minutes of free-flow writing/morning pages to clear my head

Edited by Myioko

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1. Wake up, underslept from nightmare about astral ethereal cosmic torture
2. Sleep paralysis, hang out with skeletons, meatmonsters, and fractal fungal forms
3. Frontal cerebrum activates, do nothing until anxieties stabilize
4. Get out of bed, funpost to suppress anxiety
5. Start actual meals and morning routine late, miss low attendance timewindow of fitness center to avoid as many entities as possible
6. Fear freeze, intensifying negative feedback loop between social anxiety, germophobia, time-pressures, and inevitable perpetually worsening opportunities
7. More funposting to supress anxiety

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how do you have time, i open my eyes, eat and go to work and my ass is on fire

 

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8 hours ago, An young being said:

Qi Gong sounds interesting!

It's a great way to activate the body after you get up. Without it, I would spend the entire morning in hardcore zombie mode, heh.

8 hours ago, Princess Arabia said:

Open my eyes. Every morning, faithfully. Haven't stopped yet.

Knock on (morning) wood! :D

3 hours ago, nuwu said:

1. Wake up, underslept from nightmare about astral ethereal cosmic torture
2. Sleep paralysis, hang out with skeletons, meatmonsters, and fractal fungal forms
3. Frontal cerebrum activates, do nothing until anxieties stabilize
4. Get out of bed, funpost to suppress anxiety
5. Start actual meals and morning routine late, miss low attendance timewindow of fitness center to avoid as many entities as possible
6. Fear freeze, intensifying negative feedback loop between social anxiety, germophobia, time-pressures, and inevitable perpetually worsening opportunities
7. More funposting to supress anxiety

Um, sounds like... fun?

3 hours ago, cetus said:

Wake up

Take a pee

Get out of bed

Call off the contest, we have a winner. LOL!


Why so serious?

 

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6 hours ago, Bazooka Jesus said:

It's a great way to activate the body after you get up. Without it, I would spend the entire morning in hardcore zombie mode, heh.

Sounds good! but my way of combating laziness is mindful walking, Doing it in nature is an added bonus!

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Wake up at 5AM. Pray. Till 6/6:30. Sleep again. Wake up at 9AM. Breakfast ready. Then up and about. I only take a shower at 2PM or something. Or early morning(5AM). 

I wish I can go for a walk everyday. Every morning. (but this place, is not suited for it.). 

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24 minutes ago, Sabth said:

Wake up at 5AM. Pray. Till 6/6:30. Sleep again. Wake up at 9AM. Breakfast ready. Then up and about. I only take a shower at 2PM or something. Or early morning(5AM). 

I wish I can go for a walk everyday. Every morning. (but this place, is not suited for it.). 

Waking up two times everyday, especially in the morning is a blissful experience, indeed! We should make sure sleep cycle is not affected, though.

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Weekdays:

beep, Beep, BEEP, hit snooze, rinse repeat x 5

MUST shower.

Awake.

Get dressed.

Make tea, possibly coffee.

9am.

Pretend to log on, by saying "hi" to work colleagues on phone (I work from home).

Faff about with emails, this forum, other crap.

Stretch exercises.

Crazy dancing for three songs.

Breakfast at 10am.

10:20 think about starting work.

12:30 lunch time walk, 40 minutes (but that's the afternoon already).

 

Weekends:

ZzzZzzzZzz

10am

MUST shower.

Awake.

... the rest is unstructured bliss.

Occasional meditation.

 


All stories and explanations are false.

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7 minutes ago, OBEler said:

I wake up, turn my Laptop on and work. 

No joke

If I do too much of a morning routine I will never get to work ;-).

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