Now here is an interesting question.
Does everything that happen, happen for a reason? Is there a lesson behind every experience?
A couple of weeks ago my husband had a bad back and we cut short our holiday. In conversation I was telling my friend Priya ‘ There was a reason why this happened, and a lesson to be learned ‘ when she turned around and asked
” Do you think there is a lesson behind every experience? ”
OK So initially Yes it made me think.. But I personally feel that this is a personal choice.It’s how you decide to look at life or experiences or situations. Maybe I have am at this point in my life where I feel that everything that happens, happens for a reason – a lesson to be learned or an experience to be had.
This is the positive way I feel I deal with all that happens. I turn into into a lesson or an experience.
This way I get out of most circumstances feeling or trying to understand, OK what do I need to learn from here?
Can You Please share what You feel 🙂
Every once in a while don’t we all need to just to stop worrying, stop thinking and Just let go? What stops us from doing this? Is it just our our thought process or the pattern we are so used to living?
Letting go and taking some time to have some fun in our lives is so vital but sadly it is something that we often tend to forget.
When I do let go and decide to have some fun and not take life so seriously I have personally noticed that – WOW Life is amazing.
We are all so blessed and need to be grateful for all that we have and not look at that which we do not have.
So Let’s make it our mantra to make sure that every so often we
And just Let Go
Let’s have some fun
and YES It will be worth it for sure.
Take care, Enjoy and be blessed.
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yoga-sthah kuru karmani
sangam tyaktva dhananjaya
siddhy-asiddhyoh samo bhutva
samatvam yoga ucyate
Perform your duty equipoised, O Arjuna, abandoning all attachment to success or failure. Such equanimity is called yoga.
Krishna tells Arjuna that he should act in yoga. And what is that yoga? Yoga means to concentrate the mind upon the Supreme by controlling the ever-disturbing senses. And who is the Supreme? The Supreme is the Lord. And because He Himself is telling Arjuna to fight, Arjuna has nothing to do with the results of the fight. Gain or victory are Krishna’s concern; Arjuna is simply advised to act according to the dictation of Krishna. The following of Krishna’s dictation is real yoga, and this is practiced in the process called Krishna consciousness. By Krishna consciousness only can one give up the sense of proprietorship. One has to become the servant of Krishna, or the servant of the servant of Krishna. That is the right way to discharge duty in Krishna consciousness, which alone can help one to act in yoga.
Arjuna is a kshatriya, and as such he is participating in the varnasrama-dharma institution. It is said in the Vishnu Purana that in the varnasrama-dharma, the whole aim is to satisfy Vishnu. No one should satisfy himself, as is the rule in the material world, but one should satisfy Krishna. So unless one satisfies Krishna, one cannot correctly observe the principles of varnasrama-dharma. Indirectly, Arjuna was advised to act as Krishna told him.
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Have you ever said ok let’s see what can happen in the best case scenario? We so often end up saying – Ok whats the worst that can happen?
Is it something that we hear everyone around us say? Or is it just something ingrained in us?
Does anyone have an answer Why is this?
I think it is now up to all of us to share and teach whoever we can even if it’s just one that instead of looking at the worst case scenario Let’s change our outlook and look at the “Best Case Scenario”
By looking at it this way, we are attracting more positivity to our lives. We are putting all that we no longer need, desire, accept behind us and are ready to tell the universe that positivity in all fields is what we are attracting now 🙂
“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
― Jim Rohn
– who are they?
Affirmations are the practice of positive thinking, eradicating negative thought patterns and beliefs and empowering ourselves.
I love working with affirmations. I use them in my daily life constantly. You can walk to my room. bathroom and you will see affirmations posted everywhere.
I recently put one up in the kitchen about feeding my body and mind with soulful foods and thoughts and since my boys saw it daily it has become a part of their lives too. 🙂
Am happy it worked that way..the fact that it worked 🙂
Leaving affirmations around creates a sense of positivity, well-being and happiness.
Imagine waking up and seeing a post-it on your mirror saying “I Love You” Now wouldn’t that be a great start to a day?