- increased clarity in thinking;
- perspectives on changes in your life, in the process often feeling as though you are an “outsider looking in” on your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors;
- heightened sensitivity to and control of your emotions;
- better time management;
- increased productivity and efficiency in all areas of your life;
- a deeper understanding of what’s important to you; and
- greater insight into why you think and act the way you do.
To view all five posts in the series, click on the following links: Introducing My Morning Practice, Part 1; Why I Do a Morning Practice, Part 2; Four Items I Need in My Morning Practice, Part 3; Writing: The Cornerstone of My Morning Practice, Part 4; and Reading During My Morning Practice, Part 5.