Creative Writing

    Put yourself in a creative space and make time to write. Write poetry, fiction, anything. You don’t have to write for anyone, just write for yourself. Don’t let the rules of language become a barrier. Evoke a moment in time, a person, an event, an impression, a feeling, an insight. Give voice to the deep and meaningful part of yourself. Be creative, be honest, be brave and write. Personal growth When someone says something that I don’t like, I usually see the other person’s negativity and continue to find fault with him. This is usually because I am not able to understand the particular situation. I need to recognize the fact that people in my life are there for a reason and I can learn from everything that happens through my interactions with them. Recognizing this fact will stop me from blaming others and start using each teaching for my own personal growth. Internal And External Attachments Attachment can be on two levels – either internal or external. Some common examples of external attachments are attachments to: * people, * objects, * your physical body, * your position or role in your family, society or in your professional field, * money, * places, * physical comfort/comforts, * the way you look or dress up or carry yourself or your physical personality in general, * a particular skill/skills, * a particular interest or hobby like watching movies, online social networking, etc. * your routine or a certain way of working at home or at the workplace, * respect from others, * how people see you or behave with you or what they think...

Walk in your own shoes

    Would you walk a mile in someone else’s shoes in order to understand them – where they’re coming from and where they’re going? But can we really understand others? We can keep trying, but at the same time remember, someone else’s shoes will not always fit. To understand others better, we have to understand ourselves and walk in our own shoes. Understand who we are, where we’re coming from and where we’re going. Consciousness  Sometimes, while doing even a special task, our consciousness tends to become ordinary because of negative feelings for the self or others. Such thoughts make even a special task into an ordinary one. So what has to be done in a beautiful way is done in a very ordinary way. So there is a tendency to just perform action and finish the task at hand, which does not bring specialty and accuracy as much as it should. We need to understand that as is the consciousness, so is the feeling behind the task, and therefore its quality. When we are able to start each task with a special consciousness, like “I am victorious”, or “I am powerful” or “this task is for the benefit of all”, we are able to experience the specialty of doing the task. We are also able to increase our state of self-respect, whatever the task or however simple it maybe. Self Respect Self-respect depends on knowing who I am, knowing my eternal (ageless), spiritual self. When I have found that sense of spiritual identity, I feel I have a right to be here, to exist. Without the spiritual...

Readiness

  Worrying about how everything will get done or whether I am capable of doing it limits my ability to respond to challenges considerably. The less I think about doing something, the faster I just get on with it, the fewer problems I cause myself. Good planning is always helpful, but time spent fretting and just procrastinating is a major drain on my energy. The more willing I am to respond positively to opportunities the more my capacity will grow. Seeing Specialties When we come into contact with others, it is easy to see their negativity or weaknesses. Then through our words and attitude, we repeatedly remind them of their weaknesses. So we tend to become a reminder for others for their own negativity. This in turn negatively influences our every interaction with others. Making others aware of their specialties and subtly encouraging them to use these specialties is a great help that we can do for others. When we are able to give this unique help and cooperation, we not only find benefit for others, but we are also able to get the good wishes of others. Even others naturally become positive with our positive attitude. Freeing Oneself from Hatred  To free yourself from hatred, you will have to take four important steps: 1. Understand that hate is not healthy. When you have a feeling of loss you feel sad. This feeling of sadness, because of the situation, generally gets created inside you before the feeling of hate, anger or frustration. Understand your emotions by observing them closely. 2. Accept that you are responsible for your own rage....

Like a Torchbearer

    Like the torchbearers, carry a flame of light wherever you go. To carry the flame is, to let the light shine through your smile. Pass the torch onto everyone you meet, because a smile makes everything light, and makes everyone feel better. Stubbornness When someone disbelieves me I usually tend to argue back and try to prove my point to the others but find that I am not able to convince them. Yet I find that the more I talk the less I am listened to. And I only end up getting frustrated. When someone challenges the truth of my words, I need to check within myself if there is something that I can correct or learn. When I learn to do this, instead of being stubborn with what I have to say or blaming others, I find it easy to tolerate.   The Four Pillars Of A Spiritual Lifestyle – Achieving A Balance A balanced and fulfilling spiritual life is like a table. It stands on four legs and if one leg is shorter than the others then both balance and equilibrium will be difficult. The four legs or pillars of a spiritual life are given below in the form of four subjects. If any of the subjects is not a part of our lives or is a part of our life, but not to as great an extent as the others, then the overall balance of our spiritual life will be affected adversely (negatively). 1. Daily spiritual study (knowledge or gyan) Daily spiritual study provides the right quality of nourishment for our mind and intellect, the...

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