In this post you’ll learn some highly effective but simple to use techniques to help you let go of control. I start the article by helping you understand how wanting to control works and where it comes from. I’ll discuss some perspectives that will show you how trying to control things is actually counterproductive and never
What? How could there possibly be a problem with positive thinking? Aren’t we supposed to use positive thinking to improve our lives and reach our goals? But first, what exactly IS positive thinking?Ok, What Is Positive Thinking?If we are feeling afraid, discouraged or the like, we might tell ourselves “I need to be more positive.”
If you’re steeped in the prevailing materialistic mainstream paradigm — as we all are — you’re told that the purpose to life is to get a job so you can buy stuff. Add to that procreation for the purpose of reproduction. After that, we’re told it’s about the pursuit of pleasure. Whatever pleasure means to you.
There’s a lot to consider when it comes to learning the art of surrender. That’s why it is often referred to as an art. In this article I’m going to share a 4 Step Process so that you can begin practicing successfully in your own life.The 4 Steps To Surrender Are:Recognizing resistanceQuestioning feelings and thoughtsRelease
Words like twin flames often cause unecessary confusion. Although I don’t disagree with what the word is describing in principle, the problem is that many people get addicted to a romantic ideal. This usually brings more suffering into their lives. Now, suffering CAN be very useful. When we get fed up with suffering is when
This post was inspired by the title of a well known talk by Alan Watts. I’ve linked to the video at the end of this article. We are often unhappy. And if we’re not noticeably unhappy, we have a constant nagging dissatisfaction within us. We have many ways to distract ourselves from
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