Learning that to say yes when you want to say no is almost always folly.
Learn to remove judgement. To see things as they are. Neither good nor bad, just is.
Reframing our minds about the body. Listening to oneself. And connecting to our inner holiness
A quote on achieving success
Looking back on my time in Mumbai and appreciating the city for what it is …
If you find that you always have something or someone to blame, you need to take a step back and determine how much responsibility you are taking for your life occurrences. You are the only person you have control over. This posts reminds us to recognise that.
This week we are looking at learning to guide your mind against the wonderings and wanderings into the regret of the past or false expectations for the future.
The process of going through life involves continuous evolution into that which is perfect. It is important not to remain fixed in one place, but to continue putting one foot in front of the other.
Patience sounds passive, but it is not. The expectation of a patient person is that he/she is actively preparing for that which is to come. It is the furthest thing from being passive.
Friends within are reminding us that we have to take responsibility for our lives and not do things merely out of obligation.
Be patient and let your seeds germinate and grow.
You mostly get told to dream big. Sometimes it pays to dream small and focus on bringing the small dreams into reality as they will come together to form the big dream you avoided getting distracted by in the beginning.
How do we determine the right thing to do? Is there a right thing to do?
Clarifying what "it's not by your power" really means ...
Why do you think the mind has the ability to imagine the craziest, but most useful ideas? Is it all for show? Remember, if you don't do it, someone else will. There is no excuse strong enough to bear the force of a STRONG Will.
it's time to stop thinking about all you think you haven't accomplished and begin to start giving yourself high fives for all that you have