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? (…)
Here at the School of Mastery for Mindfulness, our experience has shown us that stress at a crucial juncture can lead to Heartfelt Leadership. For the untrained mind, stress is a tyrant; nobody escapes these extremes of emotional turmoil.
However, they offer extremely valuable insights to those prepared to make a serious inquiry into the nature of stress and how these potent emotional impulses can lead to the most comprehensive form of leadership (…)
Everyone can remember playing games as a kid, and some of these recollections are so powerful they shape our lives. One member of my extended family loved playing with dolls. Today, she is a highly respected senior children’s nurse in the UK.
We sometimes need to think outside the box of conventional stifling rules that we were bamboozled into accepting as the norm. Being a prisoner to your emotions is not the norm! Inside every one of us is a “Hero.” We just need a few pointers to give us a new direct experience. (…)
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? (…)
Who is running the show?
Your Body Signals?
Or are you in control of all three? Especially when they run wild, can you stop them from doing damage, either by calmly settle them down, or at least let them go until they calm down by themselves?
Thoughts of revenge, feelings of rage, a panic attack. As impossible as it may seem at times, the answer is ‘Yes, you can!’. (…)
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. (…)
This video was taken a while ago. As I start adding some material that I find helpful to this blog, my invitation is that you pay attention to the timeless message of this 6 mins video from Joe. (…)