There is a natural rhythm to our days that presents itself as the perfect window for focus and personal growth. The Monk Manual Daily Pages drive intentionality and productivity by helping you focus on your most important work, approach your day with peace and purpose, and grow through wisdom.
Let the Monk Manual Daily Page framework support your journey toward full(er) living.
Just 5-10 minutes at the end of each day for quiet reflection can instill life-long habits of gratitude, self-awareness, rooted confidence, continuous growth, compassion and generosity towards others.
Help your kids build a practice of daily reflection with the Sprout Journal Daily Pages.
Cultivating new and intentional habits today is one of the clearest ways to create a better tomorrow. While the effects of our habits are not always immediate, small, consistent actions compound into massive changes.
The 100 Habits exercise will help you choose your next habit and begin to practice it with confidence.
While habits usually focus on the quantitative goals in our life, themes can help us grow in deeply qualitative ways. Is there one idea, concept, or word that—if you focused on it for an entire month—could transform your life for the better?
The 100 Themes exercise will help you choose a theme and begin to live into it.
Monks live by a system that enables clarity of action, as well as habits necessary to support full living—habits include gratitude, awareness, intentional action, presence, personal growth, giving, listening and loving.
Learn more about the wisdom of monk living with this introduction to the 10 Principles.
It’s hard to go a day without being bombarded by information, much of which is a distraction from the things that matter most in our lives. As we learn to turn down the informational noise in our life, we are able to focus on only the information that truly matters, the information that uniquely serves us on our path to meaning and full(er) living.
REAR DEATH EXERCISE
For many of us, working out our priorities—what to focus on each day—is actually quite difficult. Amidst all the competing demands and voices speaking into our lives, it’s hard to sort out where to focus our time and energy.
The Rear Death exercise helps give clarity to what is most important by zooming out and removing the nonessential.
SECURITY IS MOSTLY A SUPERSTITION.
IT DOES NOT EXIST IN NATURE…
LIFE IS EITHER A DARING ADVENTURE OR NOTHING.
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