On that deepest level of our quantum essence we limited our personal growing to our childhood, when creating original experiences was the way of everyday being. Why? Keep reading to either see the answer or at least to keep asking the question.
One of the biggest challenges of our life will always be getting to that gut-realization that unfairness of life may only boil down to our own frame of mind. For, there is nothing that mind cannot make better.
In so many people's vocabulary personal sovereignty may be confused for their civil freedoms, as they never bothered to further examine its deeper meaning which, when understood carries a seed of true liberation.
We learn our life lessons hard or easy way -- and nowhere else it may be more true than in attainment of our peace of mind. Challenge yourself to make it easy by first reading how to.
Where does the civilian need for firearms really come from? Isn't it the people mimicking the government's continuous longing for the status of the "most powerful"--- fueled by a mass paranoia?
While I don't know if legalizing marijuana is good or not, it doesn't prevent me to simply wonder why we really need more legal opiates instead of less.
After having received so many mistreatments, the theme of freedom is hard to see at its core---with all irrelevant conceptualizing, oftentimes merely touching some of its peripheral aspects.
Many ideas of pure fiction later on turned into reality. Personally, I hope this will be the case with my hypothetical---although realistic---model of political leader.
What is brainwashing? It's hypnotically imposed will by certain social groups in form of false beliefs, which make us useful tools for their careers, popularity, or monetary gain.
Certain life truisms may inspire more when they are told as a personal experience---not as a dry lecturing about life. So, allow me to try it.
Mutual understanding may be one of the less understood concepts in the dynamics of personal interacting and big scale coexistence. Let's try to see what makes it so.
It's an eternal question without a hope to find an answer which would please a philosopher---but that's why we have poetry to keep trying with its answers hidden in a bouquet of rhymes.
Whole lifetimes will pass for some folks without them realizing how they have spent the most of their precious time living everybody's life---except their own.
All those folks who have cultivated gratefulness as an attitude may not realize how such an emotional habit may not exactly be good for their mental health.
We may know the truth, but we need white lies to have something to live by, because without them life would just lose its meaning--- even that "meaning" being a part of that white lying.
There is a maddening and mysterious realm of the quantum, beyond our perception and even beyond logic. And yet, its proposed theory may hide answers to our most daring questions about life.
We may look the same under microscope or scalpel, but when all our parts are assembled into a whole, we may be more unique than we ever thought.
There are some truly lovable mothers-in-law who respect the privacy of the newlyweds. And then, there are those who with their reputation deserved the humorous name "monster-in-law".
The eternal question about dying is an intellectual outlet of our existential fear. It's a good fear, because we want to survive and live on --- but a useless one, because we cannot die.
With a little shift in attitude we could start noticing how there is an amusing side to ALMOST everything in life --- making easier those moments referring to that "almost".
Those romantic movies and paperback novels should not counsel us how to handle that deep hurt caused by someone we love. Love should provide an antidote for every poison in our heart.
The mystery of conscious mind - or even the physical brain - keeps tantalizing the finest minds with their elusive nature. However, scratching its surface may be fun and an intellectual adventure.
Thanks to medicine and grandma who always made sure we ate an apple a day, we grew up into believing in our fragile bodily constitution that anything could damage from germs to draughty rooms.
Those inner, unconscious eyes of authorities may manifest themselves at times when we are experiencing our nakedness---as if exposed with everything that we keep private and secret.
By sharpening our observation of what really is the core experience of living, we can unfold into immensely loving our life
Some folks may have it in their genes to age at a slower rate. The rest of us may have to do something about it - and we can.
When adults unconsciously refuse to outgrow their childish impulsiveness and self-centered attitude, that regularly affects their private, social, and professional life in negative ways.
As the only true parameter of being human is intelligence - all other global tenants having feelings in one form or another - the basic global issue seems to be a lack of it.
By recognizing both mental forces in our energetic makeup - ability to choose and willpower - we can greatly benefit by giving the priority to choosing.
Having a clean and tidy mind is both a good preventive and curative measure in taking care of our overall wellbeing, and it should become as much of a routine as brushing our teeth.
It's been said that the broken bone gets strongest at the place where it heals. The same might be true for emotional wounds from betrayal, which, when healed make us emotionally stronger.
Hospitals are strange places - they certainly save many lives, but hey also have the reputation of ruining some. So, beware as you are admitting yourself in.
Perhaps the most uncomfortable taboo - or a theme that we avoid facing individually and collectively - is our partially animalistic nature that's messing us up royally.
There is no point in debating about God's existence, because every such debate is aimless and doomed for a failure right from its start.
In this article I would like to address our natural, but not very recognizable ability to create new patterns of experiencing "out of thin air".
Most of the people tend to identify themselves by different labels depicting their being a part of a group or a mass of others. As we are about to see, that alienates them from who they really are.
We seem to have some of that "You can't" already implanted into our genes; and then we got a generational renewal of it from our early educators and society. It may be the title of our life-script.
The emotional freedom of most of us was greatly reduced by our early educators, oftentimes to the point where our emotional totality stayed unknown to us.
Some folks, either out of an immature mentality or a sheer opportunism refuse to grow up and cut loose from parents' ever helpful but tired hand. With love being a two-way street, where is theirs?
Many folks spend a life time under a subconscious spell of childhood prohibitive and punitive suggestions. Is there a way to snap out of them?
In the chemical recipes of our happy emotions there could be found some unusually opposing ingredients that may look like just sugar coating a pain.
Opening our mind is like labor pains at the birth of our spirituality - a sweet pain announcing the beginning of a new life.
It's a kind of sad to find out one day how the feeling is gone and replaced with boredom, without our understanding why. But there is always a way to get it back, if we want to give it another shot.
See those around who are "trying hard". Chances are, a decade from now they may still be "trying" - having lost that time when they could have won by just allowing it to happen.
It seems to be a little known fact that our deliberate acting can positively affect the way we respond emotionally to life - ultimately changing the course of our future events and even our health.
What a divine paradox it is, to feel so different, and with that feeling so much closer to everyone else, while allowing them to be different as well.
Celebrating a religious tradition with all that togetherness, love, and attention - reminds us about everything that we are missing the rest of the year.
To be able to interpret others' behaviour and to attach it to a certain personality type doesn't really take a degree in psychology, but merely a simple system and some objective observing.
The more importance we ascribe to anxiety - the more it troubles us. An improved life style with a few tips to be followed may be all that is needed.
Awakening is one of the most gratifying experiences anyone can have; because all victories over others in the arena of life don't compare to the triumph of victory over our own yesteryear's self.
More Damage and also Goodness Has Been Done to Ourselves and Our Coexistence by Non-Religious and Religious Beliefs Than by Any Other Aspect of Human Functioning.
So many folks find it much easier to fill emptiness in their lives with others' business - than to improve what they have.
Our subconscious mind is willing to obey as soon as we are willing to make that contact with it friendly and simple.
Women in love beware: seeing it sooner and not later could make the whole difference between a little painful moving on and a much more painful staying in a relationship.
Is that image in the mirror a final, only possible version of ourselves? Who and what else may be hiding behind that figure that we have so taken for granted? Who is the stranger looking back at us?
Our ego starts at the level where we have to do our own breathing, and means our will to live our own, unique self.
It may only take a change of glasses to realize how nothing really is as it seems to be. The following is about that seeming part of our perception of truth, and adjusting to new glasses.
Life is not just happening to us, and we are not merely passive spectators there - but doers, whether we do it intentionally or unconsciously. So, why not start taking responsibility for it.