I commit myself to when/as I see myself justifying resisting doing a task immediately out of the excuse that I have no way to know the consequences until the damage has been done after doing it, to stop and breathe. I realise that from a perspective, my Mind as any thought/imagination I come up with, never is the actual consequences I accumulate in reality so I have to do one task and that task for a substantial period of time to establish the general nature of the outcomes I create in physical practical reality. I commit myself to assess the priority of a task according to the smallest consequence that doing that task produce: who am I becoming when I do this task, do I have to be this way, why do I feel this is the only way, is there a better way and can I place this better way into one specific doing/task, where the requirements of the task MUST only require me to be here, and participate in the concrete steps. I commit myself to make sure that I do not abuse my time by/through mapping my time with a schedule, so decisions in Earth time and do it.
I commit myself to when/as I see myself impatient wanting the several hour’s work to be done and over with, to stop and breathe. I realise that every single time, it will require the same amount of breaths to do it, and if I have mapped out each task as a real task I can do and I stop the thoughts in my head, breathing and doing it is not overwhelming at all because the actual practice is one moment at a time. I commit myself to make sure that I stop participating in thoughts/emotions/feelings first to be back here breathing. I commit myself to confirm if the task I set out for myself to do has been formulated into steps I can do right now, and if the answer is yes realise that all I need to do now is breathe and do it, and if I don’t do it time is always ticking and time will run out.