The purpose of this post is to give you a short synopsis of the journey from continually reacting to the challenges of life. And to switch to a liberated mind, that has learned to listen to arising emotions and accurately assess what the real issues are that I’m currently facing.
Having spent the first forty years of my life in a constant state of always reacting to situations and people, I’m permitting myself to pass on what I learned (…)
looking for ever lasting happiness?
searching for a way to become enlightened?
craving for peace of mind?
In the conventional sense if you keep searching you mind find it. Some day, somewhere.
Will it last? Probably not.
Will you even find it? Probably not. So STOP! (…)
Are you associating ‘happiness’ with an experience that is sustainable?
Therefor it’s worth searching for?
If so, how far have you come?
How satisfied are you with your findings?
What makes you search for it?
Is it the belief you have not found it yet?
Or you found it, but it went away, did not last?
Therefore it must be still out there?
For how many years are you repeating that cycle already? For how many years more do you want to carry on? (…)
They unquestionably can be! However, we do need to be able to tell the difference between an objective experience and a subjective experience. If you blame someone else for how you feel that would be an idea that the other person is the object of your feelings. Here is a solution (…)
Life is suffering. We heard this many times. And yet, this is only true if you don’t see how you … More
You wake up from a gripping nightmare.
You were drawn into a deep dark hole, three powerful forces controlling you.
You felt overwhelmed, powerless, being held captive.
The thoughts and images were real,
the emotions that shook you were real,
the body sweat and trembling were real.
Can a dream be for real?
Luckily you woke up, and the nightmare is over.
But is it? (…)
Most people would fully understand the phrase, “It’s doing my head in!”
This is a crucial juncture for us that makes us or breaks us. I recall a dark period in my life as a fourteen-year-old lad. There seemed no escape from what looked at the time, terrible conditions at home.
Sadly, this is still a problem for many of our young and dare I say it, not so young! So let me give you one possible solution, when dark thoughts take you over, giving you no respite at all.
DO NOTHING!! (…)
Instead of letting daily depression become your lifestyle you can choose to let go of the darkness, moment by moment. Learn to see your real identity, to outshine the darkness permanently. (…)