Here are todays dose of thoughts and insights.
Stop worrying about other peoples income and focus on your own
Why are people envious? When you are more concerned about other peoples income than your own you create blocks in the flow of energy and prevent money from coming to you. Stop comparing yourself to others. We are not here to compete with each other, but to develop ourselves.
We all have our mind garden. Be aware of what you cultivate.
The more we cultivate love, compassion and joy the more we will get of these. We can choose to actively cultivate them.
Thoughts and feelings are never permanent
Thoughts and feelings come and go. They change from moment to moment. When we become aware of this and have our roots deep rooted in the changing reality we can live to the fulliest.
What we practice we understand
Take the example of EFT. We can talk about it´s pros and cons forever, but we to actively use it to understand it.
There is a reason behind every situation
There is a reason behind everything that happens. When a situation arises you can trace its origin by looking at what happened before. If you drive of the road with your car the reason is seldom the condition of the road, but the way you were driving.
Forgive and accept yourself whatever happens
People do as good as they can and nobody is perfect. We all have our faults and shortcomings and when we accept these we can do something about them.
Here is a bonus. Sandra Lee at Always Well Within writes about how we can find true happiness.
These days, so many people are wondering how to find happiness again. Yet the path to happiness is a simple one:
- Eliminate negative attitudes, actions, and words. All the ones that cause suffering for self and others.
- Adopt positive attitudes, actions, and words. All the ones that cause happiness for self and others.
- Reconnect with your true nature – the wellspring of happiness, inner peace, and a better world – through the practice of meditation.
It´s not about ”good” or ”bad” in a moralistic sense. It´s about looking deeply to see which actions actually bring true happiness on the long run, and which ones are bound to bring suffering upon suffering.
Simple doesn´t mean easy
We have a lifetime of bad habits to counter. There´s the hyperactive mind to pacify. Or the dull mind that needs to wake up. Happiness requires discipline and effort. But nourished by happiness, discipline becomes joyful and effort becomes spacious and relaxed. It becomes a self-seeding cycle of ever-growing calm, clarity, and insight.
Ultimately, we can be free of suffering. There is a path to true happiness and freedom from suffering. The key is to start walking now. The good news is: there are guides to show you the way and you never have to walk alone.