Life never stops, and it never always about happy times. Something always happens to tip the boat and make you feel angry, scared, or just plain old annoyed. And though the situation makes you feel negative, it should never push you hard enough to simply give up.
This is why you should foster a healthy spiritual well-being. It is the part of you that makes you resilient. It pushes you to be stronger during tough times. With regular practice to improve your spiritual wellness, you will be able to take care of your heart, body, mind, and spirit.
There are a hundred things that could happen to you; each one has a kind of effect that pulls you down and makes you feel bad about yourself and the world. These are the times that you must be prepared for.
You need to prepare yourself for times when you lose the ones you love. Some of them may die from a disease. Others will pass on due to an accident....
Grief, sadness, anger, and disappointment—all these negative emotions are a part of basic human life. These are essential emotions that help people develop their emotional wellbeing and strength. Without grief or sadness, people wouldn’t know how to appreciate happiness when they feel it.
The emotions that make you feel uncomfortable are the emotions that help you grow. Perhaps, the only thing that you need to teach yourself is to not stew with these emotions. You should never let them take control of your life.
Sometimes, feeling the emotions and recognizing how they affect you is enough. From there, you need to learn to let go and let the good emotions prosper. When you sit with the negative emotions and not let them go, they could eat up all the positivity in you.
Nobody can tell you what would happen to you. It’s like there are never enough good days to prepare you for the bad ones. When...
Written by Cameron Harman
Every single human being has asked the question at least once in their lives, "What is my purpose?" In my experience, the answer that people or religions have given me is less than comforting, to say the least. When I started my inner work path, the answer became obvious to me, and what had seemed like religious riddles also started to become more apparent. For example, in Buddhism, the Buddha says the mind is everything we think we become, pointing to the mind as the creator of reality for the material plane. So in more relative terms, our thoughts are projections, and those projections are what we see, think, and feel. This means we ultimately have control of how we want to see the world around us. This concept is also strongly used in Zen.
Jesus said in the Bible, "If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you." If you are not doing the required inner work, then this message might not find you....
How resilient are you? Resilient strength is your ability to bounce back from the challenges and difficulties that life throws your way. It spells the difference between handling pressure and losing your cool.
The road to resilience is never easy, but it is a path you will want to take. Because resilient people maintain a positive outlook in life, they can cope with the challenges of life more effectively.
It is not about not having stress and negativity in life. Instead, resilience teaches you the value of standing up even when everyone else wishes you to fall.
Perhaps the first thing you have thought of was how people learn to become resilient. Is it something that can be taught and learned? Or is it innate in some people and not found in others?
If you feel like you are not resilient enough, you may begin to wonder if it is something that can be learned. You wish it is, and you are lucky. Resilience may be...
A young student approached his guru one day and said: "Master, you have spoken so much about karma, but I do not yet understand it. How can I truly learn?"
The guru smiled and gestured for the student to follow. The two walked silently to the edge of the village where workers were busily engaged in making bricks for a house...The two stood and watched the brickmakers' activity for some time, and the guru asked: "Now do you understand karma?"
"No, Master," the student replied. The guru paused and slowly nodded his head. He cleared his throat. "What are the workers doing?"
"Making bricks," the student responded.. "Very good. And what happens to the bricks once they are made?" Said the Guru
"They are put in a stack," the student said. “And then,”? The guru asked. “Well..they are used to build a house!” The student responded, getting more agitated because he could not see what a single brick had to do with karma. The exchange continued, elaborating on...
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How much time do you spend at work on a weekly basis? If you spend more than 40 hours doing the job that you do, then you probably have less time to do all the other things in your life. Your mornings are always rushed, and so is the rest of your day.
Do you have the time to stop and reconnect with your spiritual self? As much as you would like to submit yourself to spiritual meditation, you just can't find the time to do it. Sometimes, it can feel like there is just so much going on in your life; there's no more time left to think about how you feel or what you think.
You are too focused on getting things done that it has become quite hard to just sit down, be quiet, and meditate.
No matter how successful you become, there will always be a part of you that will yearn for spiritual growth. This is the part of your human self that will remind you of the importance of spirituality in order to survive...
Written by Joe G. Santos
Everyone has asked themselves at least once throughout their lives, “why am I here?” With the philosophy of Nihilism increasing in popularity, the modern approach to this question is that there is no such thing as a pre-defined purpose. In fact, Nihilists would say that there is no purpose at all. This point of view would have you think that the Universe just happened by accident, and the way things work perfectly in sync with one another is a mere product of chance. Whether this point of view is accurate or not—like all other philosophies—is uncertain. Still, one thing is sure: this philosophy does not help us navigate the adventures we find ourselves in throughout our lives, especially when we are stuck and need a bit of external help to guide us toward the path of least resistance. Astrology, on the other hand, has been a tool that helped humanity understand the concepts of Fate, Purpose, and...
Have you been thinking about your spiritual growth? Perhaps you have thought of taking extra steps to make your life even more meaningful. One step in doing just that is meditation. Daily meditation helps in improving your inner being.
But is spiritual meditation suitable for beginners? Many yogis and spiritual practitioners swear by it. Will it work wonders for you too? While the power of meditation is often associated with focus, clarity, and concentration, it is also something that works to help you understand what is happening in your own life.
It awakens your self-awareness to make you feel alive. It allows you to have a better understanding of what it means to find true healing from within.
Spiritual guidance is the first thing that will make you want to try meditation today. Despite your hectic schedule, meditation will allow you to slow down and unplug from the frenzied happenings in the world.
How do you feel at the moment? Your awareness and appreciation for what is happening in your life right now are just a few things that mean you live mindfully. Training the mind to focus on what is happening in the moment is an important tool in living a happy and healthy life.
Clarity and focus are the two mindfulness skills that you learn in mindfulness and meditation practice. It fosters your ability to live in the moment and, in the process, let go of the past worries. It is all about an expression of gratitude to the goodness you have in your life right now.
And yet, mindful thinking is easier said than done. Distraction is all around us, and it's just a hard habit to break. Even while you are walking, traveling, or eating, your mind is usually thinking of something else.
When it is a constant battle between what is happening now and what you are thinking, is it possible to practice mindfulness at all? How do you train the mind to...
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