What was your moment of Truth?
When Im in recognition of the forces of both the good and evil co-existing within me, and I am seeing how these forces of good are bringing peace within and how these forces of evil are bringing violence within, I am in empathy for everyone, knowing and recognising that I am myself helpless most of the time against these forces. I need constant reminders in both practice and thought to be alert about what I am responding to currently and more often than not, I see that no response to either is the only response there should be – because the moment I start responding, I lose sight of what exactly I am responding to. A kind of sathyagrah state. A kind of independent state. A state that doesnt come to me naturally and a state that I am not inclined to be in by habit. A state that requires me to be continuously alert about what I am responding to at this moment. When I see that, that which gives me an understanding of the fact that, everyone is going thru this, everyone and everything is going thru constantly responding to what they come in contact with, I see that everyone around me is a constant reminder to me to know that even I am constantly responding, just like them. This is not dependency, this is dissolving the illusion of being separate from the rest. This is one step closer to being one – not dependent, not interdependent. Its a tough journey, an uphill one. No one needs a hand to roll downhill. The shared joy of making it to the top intact, can be a strong motivator.
You are your soul protector.
And that you don’t need to be fixed, just Treat yourself the best & don’t hold back on you’re good wills 🙂
Procrastination is the assassination of your dreams, so don’t overthink too much just do it..if it’s meant to be it’ll happen if not you learn, live and grow
How to be successful ?
Focus on your own shit.
The moment of patience in moment of anger that saved hundred moments of anger
My moment of truth was when I realised that beholding from lying is difficult but enriching & beneficial in the long run. Being humble & truthful is the only way to sustain relationships for life
When I realised its only you who saves you!!
Realising that, to hide one lie you’ve to keep telling thousands of lies.
When I realised that other’s opinions doesn’t really matter.
There are either excuses or results.
I realised life was too short on wasting even one moment doing things you don’t want. I came to this realisation during a near death experience and the loss of a close friend.
Realising that I can’t have control over every outcome
When I realised that I am miserable when I expect something, anything. And I’m at peace when I accept what is.