Heart of Humility: poem excerpt In a world full of brashness, pretence and bravado, Humility is undoubtedly a rare, And wonderful gift.
The only limit to the energy available to us is the limits of our understanding.
There is no time like the present to work on bringing up our positive vibration, both for our own lives as well as for our cosmic collective conscious.
If you find that you are a worrier, you might want to consider that the more you worry about each specific thing, the more likely you’ll bring it into reality.
If we open ourselves up to our feelings, our intuition, and our spiritual centers, we become much closer to the mystery of the Universe.
First and foremost, we need to acknowledge we are not our ego-based interpretation of ourselves but the Spirit beyond it, and so much more powerful than we even know.
While we may believe the circumstances of our lives have led us to think in a certain way, it is more accurate to say that the way we think is affecting the circumstances of our lives.
Expectation has brought me disappointment. Disappointment has brought me wisdom. Acceptance, gratitude and appreciation have brought me joy and fulfilment.
Think about every good thing in your life right now. Free yourself of worrying. Let go of the anxiety, breathe. Stay positive, all is well.
The search for security might translate into ways that you choose to guard your heart and emotions in romantic relationships.
We need to maintain an awareness of our awareness, of what we are paying attention to, in order to discriminate between higher and lower forms of love.
Remember that love is free. It transcends space and time. It does not require physical proximity. Love is an ever-flowing energy and yet it is also tangible and intangible, imaginative and real, particles and waves. Love is an infinite paradox because it is all things.
Contemplate the infinite nature of love as you use the word love like a mantra.
Love is a reliable angel.
Achieving the advanced state of no-thought is not about stopping the thinking process, but rather, it’s about cultivating an expansive sensitivity to a level above the thinking mind.
Be aware that the concept of meditation is to shift your focus to the awareness of the thinking process, rather than the content of the thoughts.
Thoughts are the input and output of the mental process. Making thoughts is what the brain is built for—like the heart beats, the mind thinks.
Your mind wanders, you bring it back. This is the exercise—and the practice—of meditation.
If your mind wanders, all that means is that you’re alive and your brain is functioning normally, which is great news!
As the grounding effect of breath awareness disengages you from the often-overwhelming chatter of the mind, the level at which you think will seem to transcend the noise.