It takes a little research to ensure that your goals are realistic. You need to do your research to see if it is something that is actually achievable. Once you’ve set a realistic goal, then you need to be specific enough in your
To achieve high level success, you need to have a plan of action. But having an action plan alone is not enough. You also need to follow through your plans by taking action.
When you hold yourself personally accountable, you take ownership, both good and bad, of situations that you’re involved in. You see them through, you do your best to make things right. Over time and with experience, your skills will
Create your life authentically. As long as there’s still breath in your body, there is no end to how much you can accomplish. The concept of thinking big, is all about enjoying your work, and then watching everything flow into place in ways you may have never imagined.
Your self-mental-speak creates your reality. It’s time you rewired your thinking and create new thoughts and habits to help bring about what you DO want, as opposed to what you don’t want?
The Law of Attraction says that what we focus on, and the energy we send out, always returns to us.
Get up out of your chair and get moving and you will instantly become less worried and anxious about things in your life. All of us have potentially powerful imaginations. The only difference is how much we use it. When we fall into a routine it’s easy to forget about thinking creatively..
The benefits of relaxation from regular meditation were found to increase the effects. By doing meditation and,or deep breathing, the greater a persons chances of remaining free of arthritis and joint pain,stronger immunity, healthier hormone levels, and lower blood pressure.
Krishnamurti challenges us to approach these questions in a way that defies traditional roles of teacher and student. He does not see himself as someone dispensing knowledge or ideas to be collected, and asks the reader to find a relationship in which there is no following of an authority, only discovery:
So there is a dichotomy being looked at; the presence and absence; either it’s there or it’s not there. You can’t be partially pregnant they say. So either there is desire in the mind or there’s not desire. There’s not partial desire because partial desire is desire.
The truth is that Inspiration can come out of nowhere, but it can also be hard to force. You simply can’t force inspiration. It hits when you least expect it, in unpredictable, yet at the right moment.
It’s important not to live your life on auto-pilot. Just applying a minimal amount of discipline, engaging in daily habits or rituals, will ultimately determine the quality of your life. Consistency is very important if you want to make a habit stick, so make a commitment of at least 3o days to follow through.
Inspiration is different for all of us. We all want to feel inspired, and then to use that positive energy to create love, joy, passion, and purpose in your life.
You can make those dramatic changes in your life, but you need to give yourself time to make them happen. Commit yourself for the long haul. Give yourself credit for making the effort and enjoy the journey regardless of the results
Is it possible that the entire universe operates as a big computer, with a code that makes whatever is possible, possible? Or, perhaps even more bizarre, he wondered if a form of cosmic computing machinery is continually creating the universe and everything in it. In other words, are we living a virtual reality running on a really big computer made of quantum energy itself?
What are the secrets to creating lasting change and improving your personal and professional life?
Zen meditation master Thich Nhat Hanh offers his practical teachings about how to bring love and mindful awareness into our daily experience. Kind, purposeful, and illuminating, here is an abundant treasure of traditional gathas (teachings) that unify meditation practice with the challenges we face in today’s world.
Everyone needs goals in life. Goals can help us improve our personality, our way of life, and our relationships. Setting goals is easy enough, but the real challenge is reaching them. How can you reach your goals?
… But when we control this energy through ideas of church, state, or family, it actually squelches our desire to live. It changes us. We lose our “joie de vivre.” Something inside of us dies (or becomes twisted and comes out in other less desirable ways). Tantra says that this life force is important, that we mustn’t be afraid of it. That we must express it freely. Of course this often brings up fears of people running rampant, engaging in all kinds of immoral activities. But …
Buddhism is a religion. The purpose of Buddhism is not stress relief. Buddha did not teach a method to help busy executives survive better in the rat race.
Lifestyle and health: Often people with insomnia and sleep disorders tend to be consuming too much alcohol or caffeine. Try limiting your intake or cutting down on how much coffee or alcohol you are drinking – if you think you
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… parallels in the West. Focusing on the spiritual and ontological implications of this historical philosophical tradition, some modern thinkers have attempted to create a smooth combination of eastern and western ideas that directly matter to our lives — rather than being relegated to the halls of academia and dusty bookshelves. “Evolutionary panentheism” is one name for this relatively new approach, spearheaded by people like Mike Murphy, Ken Wilber, and Andrew Cohen. The name is a bit …
WAR is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives.
Tolle writes that “the most significant thing that can happen to a human being is the separation process of thinking and awareness” and that awareness is “the space in which thoughts exist”.
The documentary Examined Life speaks with some of the world’s leading thinkers on how to apply philosophy to modern life.
People believe in the “evil eye” in Southern Europe, the Arab world, Turkey, Greece, India, and many other parts of the world. Many people try to protect themselves against such looks with amulets or special prayers. These beliefs also were common in England until the seventeenth century, when skepticism suppressed such thoughts, but in Greece, as mentioned before, this belief is still very common.
In other words, the original simple form, say of a living cell in the womb, progressively complicates itself, and that’s the growing process, and it’s quite different from the making process
If applying some of these time management tips allows you to gain just one free hour a day, that would be the equivalent of getting more than two free weeks of life every year. See, we really can create more time.
During the job interview try to unwind and remain as calm possible. Keep in mind that your body language can send significant signals regarding your answers to the questions. Appropriate eye contact will enable you to show confidence.
Instead of actually finding a way to make the program better and increase the happiness and overall well-being of those that the government sends overseas to risk their lives, they just lowered the bar on what constitutes well-being. The magical threshold change now reports that only 9% of 704,000 scored poorly in optimism instead of 52%, without having to change the program at all.
Our planet is rapidly changing – scientists across the world are freaking out – farmers are getting hysterical and, in many countries, committing suicide in mass numbers – and yet our Presidential candidates are fighting about who’s going to pump more carbon pollution into the atmosphere:
However you learn to meditate, you must learn to concentrate on one thing at a time. Usually, the mind tries to hold several different thoughts and ideas at once. When you sit down to meditate for the first time, you realize how cluttered the mind is. Mediation teachers have described the mind as a “mad monkey”. However, the mind can be tamed and forced to concentrate on a single thought.
The inability of citizens to know the law poses a very large problem in our democracy. To be informed of the law one needs free and easy access to it. What if dedicated citizens want to educate themselves and others on the many technical standards that govern the infrastructure we all regularly use? What if citizen watchdogs want to engage in debate on