Something my friend Ariel said that stuck a cord with me is this. Anything and everything you do becomes imbued with compassion because it's simply a reflection of what you are.
Sitting cross-legged in a corner is like a first step. Once you have practiced something enough to become proficient at it, you can now integrate it into your life.
For example, I've done EFT so many times, that now when I feel any fear or emotional block I go straight into doing a round of EFT.
I don't need to think about it or analyze it, I just do it because I know it works.
You will be FAR more likely to remember it plus you get the goodwill associated with helping others (just remember how to give advice).
I dove in every book I could find about business, speaking, prosperity, real estate, positive thinking; you name it.
In the words of Dan Millman, Author of The Peaceful Warrior: Once Socrates and I were servicing a car, and I was doing the windows and he was pumping the gas, and I said, "Well, what is the difference between knowledge and wisdom?
" He just looked at me with a twinkle in his eye and said, "Knowledge is knowing how to clean the windows, and wisdom is doing it." When we put an idea into action, we see how true it really is for us and this is the stage where change begins to take place.
Now that I use this Emotional Freedom Technique so much, I am living with emotional freedom. When things happen around me, I have emotional stability and strength.
Often others may be panicking or freaking out while I am only a little concerned or relaxed.