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September 10, 2010 A personal value system Is my life guided by my values, or am I drifting without a moral compass? What gives life meaning? Is life a random coin-flip, or am I in charge of the decisions in my life? How to develop a personal value system A value system consists of a set of guidelines for how you want to live your life. Values are criteria for judging what is good or bad and what underlies moral principles and behavior. A value system provides structure for decision-making that allows flexibility and the possibility of change. Enhancing your spiritual life Meditation is a way of quieting your racing mind by focusing in a word, object, or process (like breathing). Mindfulness is a practice of living fully in the moment. Being aware of and appreciating the beauty around you. Being aware of your thoughts and developing control of habitual, impulsive, or undesirable reactions. Taking control of negative emotions and self-criticism and
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2010 for the course HSES 260 taught by Professor Laurietennant during the Fall '09 term at Kansas.

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