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“The truth is, unless you let go, unless you forgive yourself, unless you forgive the situation, unless you realize that the situation is over, you cannot move forward.”    ~ Steve Maraboli   <3 lis

Often you are in a rush in life. The rush to enjoy robs the joy from life and only denies the freedom of here and now. Often you do not even know why you are in a hurry. It almost becomes a biological phenomenon to be in a rush. Wake up and become aware o

When seeking help ask for it. When seeking guidance listen to it. Having a conversation is listening twice as much as we talk.

When seeking help ask for it. When seeking guidance listen to it. Having a conversation is listening twice as much as we talk. That’s why we have 2 ears an one mouth.

Love the sepia tone and the composition of this.  Rising incense like prayers rising to Heaven.

"The spiritual life does not remove us from the world but leads us deeper into it." - Henri J.

#soulmusings

The words of Buddhism and the Dalai Lama are more words of wisdom then preaching of a religion. A way to be spiritual without having religion.

Practice for 5-20 min chanting Om Namah Shivaya which "means 'I bow to that which I am becoming.' In the context of this chant, Shiva represents the inner reality or the truest nature of ourselves. This chant helps to expand the innate wisdom we all carry within us. It’s basically a way of declaring “war” on bad habits and ignorance. Once these are shed, the soul can shine through and true happiness is attained."

Practice for min chanting Om Namah Shivaya which "means 'I bow to that which I am becoming.' In the context of this chant, Shiva represents the inner reality or the truest nature of ourselves. This chant helps to expand the innate wisdom we all carry

"Being present is the actor’s job. Being aware of your body, in space, and the emotions that are occurring inside, is essential. Well, quite simply, the more aware one is—of yourself, of your surroundings, of other people—the more likely you are to respond truthfully."- Sandra Oh, introducing Mindful's Getting Started series in the April issue, on newsstands soon.

Ever wondered how to get into the mindset of mindfulness and meditation? Here is a great infographic, courtesy of Mindful Magazine!

young buddhist. The Big Why, by Bonny Becker, Books Around the Table.

The Big Why

“Just as the pure crystal takes color from the object which is nearest to it, so the mind, achieves sameness or identity with the object of its concentration.

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