Sharing Your Practice
Jerald and Jennifer make a case for doing the SfI-Practice with others. Templates provide support for reaching out.
|Notes on Practice|
|When you share with others, you are articulating more clearly, and that makes it more real.|
|As I learn about the SfI-Practice, am I noticing more positive feelings? What have I noticed recently?.|
These templates may help you craft invitations to engage in the SfI-Practice with other people or in groups.[For initiating a new meeting]
I am starting a new practice to increase my positivity. I wonder if you would like to try it out with me. It would involve meeting once a week to talk about positive things that have happened and about positive aspects of our personalities. We could meet online or in person.[For including SfI in an already existing meeting]
The next time we meet, I’d like to try a process that might bring unique positivity to our meeting. It is uncomplicated and does not take a long time. I’ve done it, and it feels good. Let me know what you think.