Posted at 5:57 am , on August 24, 2019
This is such a soothing thing to think about. So many things create fear in us when we think of them, a fear that makes us feel even worse. Wouldn’t it be nice to mentally take a step back, focus on your breathing for a few moments and then take on a more reliefgiving perspective?
It is natural to feel awful when you think of something that you fear, that is why it can be of beautiful value to shift your perspective a little regarding this thing you feel so strongly about. Whether it is cancer, a traumatic situation or anything else that you fear – you can find a more reliefgiving perspective about it. And with a little bit of practice you will begin to feel relief regarding that topic. Not all at once, not always but you will begin to feel better about it. Give yourself time and eventually you will shift how you think, believe and feel about this entire topic. 🙏
Posted at 6:53 am , on August 8, 2019
Your anxiety and fear are natural and normal reactions to unnatural circumstances and behavior. The one who hurt you made you go into survival mode for so long, and that is alright – allow yourself to step out of your inner suffering, voice how you feel, breathe through it and let yourself heal.
Posted at 11:03 am , on July 20, 2019
You never know what someone has been through, so you can never really understand why they feel as they feel and why they act as they do. 🙏 There is a reason behind everything, even the most evil person on the planet was once a little innocent baby. We are all born good, kind and in need of love and affection. This is who we really are. The negative behavior, the hurtful actions is only inner pain being expressed in the only way they know how. It does not excuse the hurtful actions, it only gives you a reliefgiving perspective. No one who truly loves themselves would ever hurt anothet being. 🙏
Posted at 7:12 am , on July 4, 2019
“When we meet real tragedy in life, we can react in two ways – either by losing hope and falling into self-destructive habits, or by using the challenge to find our inner strength. Thanks to the teachings of Buddha, I have been able to take this second way.”
What happened to you might have brought you to your knees, it might have left you in deep despair and you could even feel so broken you just want to give up. But you have a choice. The most important choice you will ever make. Will you let this be the end of you, the end of all your dreams, desires and even the end of who you truly are? Or, will you let this be your solid foundation on which you stand while finding your inner strenght once and for all?
There is always hope, there is always love, there is always happiness, there is always strenght – there is always a choice.
Posted at 6:45 am , on July 3, 2019
“Be the person who breaks the cycle. If you were judged, choose understanding. If you were rejected, choose acceptance. If you were shamed, choose compassion.
Be the person you needed when you were hurting, not the person who hurt you. Vow to be better than what broke you – to heal instead of becoming bitter so you can act from your heart, not your pain. ”
Posted at 5:47 pm , on June 9, 2019
Take your pain and turn it into something beautiful. Express yourself in ways that call you, create beauty out of your suffering and show the world that there is value and benefit with everything that happens. Turn your pain into your strength.
Posted at 7:59 pm , on June 1, 2019
No, it doesn’t get easier with time – it is you who get stronger. Time will pass, nevertheless, but the getting stronger part is up to you.