Some say Karma is a universal law, though it’s mostly believed by people in the East, particularly India. But it’s slowly permeating the West.
Life change is a huge thing for most of us. We cannot simply change our life in a blink of an eye. We need courage and effort to put things in motion. However at the outset, we need inspirational words of wisdom. Where else we can turn to but to great people whose lives had gone tremendous change.
This is a simple meditation you can practice using “I Am” affirmation. It involves no intense visualization, no chanting or singing of Sanskrit words, and above all, no need to hibernate in the Himalayan cave. Yes, you can do this meditation anywhere and anytime. You don’t even have to call it meditation. Probably, “mindfulness” would suffice if you need to label it. Or better yet, Self-Awareness.
Your belief system defines your life and your views towards life.
Take this question: What is the meaning of Life?
When I picked up my 10-year old son from his religious class, a few days back, he wanted to ask me about God and Dinosaur. At first I thought my son was joking. But then when I saw his innocent and bewildered eyes, I realized he was serious.
Ahhhh… New Year’s Resolution! One of the hard things to do in life. If it’s not D.O.A. at the threshold of a new year, it will surely meet its demise. And yes, sooner than you think.
There are many words that are imbued with power. These words, whether written or uttered, could affect lives for good or for ill. But there is a word that seems innocent and weak, yet it wielded an inner strength unknown to most of us. When you fully understand its hidden wisdom, you have a philosopher’s stone equaled to nothing but the power itself. The word is, as simple as it is — Thanks!
My friend, Ricky, always thinks ahead of time. He loves to prophesy a possible scenario in the near future, not with astrology nor crystal ball but rather with his negative leaning mind. Sadly, his future visions, mostly tethered on negative thoughts, have been manifesting nothing but one of the roots of mental illness — Worry.
While working in the office or doing household chores, do you wander in the fantasy world of La La Land? Or what about in time encapsulated past moments? If you do, no need to panic. For you are not alone. You are one of 99.99% of homo sapiens, if not all, who could not stay in the present moment.