Welcome! Today I’m writing the third article in my series on “Being impeccable with my word!”, and also responding to a blog prompt from my friend Sreejit — “Going to Church”. When I was seven to nine years old I believed very strongly that there was some change or transformation I needed to make. IContinue reading “A Selfish Life Context”
Welcome! In my last article I mentioned I’d be doing a series on the agreement Don Miguel Ruiz challenges us to make with ourselves, “Be impeccable with your word!– Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of yourContinue reading “The power of my word and my relationship with it”
Welcome! I’ve written more this week than in several months. It has been nice to be inspired to write this week. This post is from a prompt from my friend Sreejit “Hard work, what does it mean for you?”, which is such a wonderful prompt. The complexity in the two words “hard work” is wonderful.Continue reading “Working Hard”
So I can conclude that what I see is not what my eyes actually perceive. Everything is clouded by my mind. Judgments and conceptualizations are just the last layer of mental process to be applied. Everything I “see” is my mind’s work
Fear is a negative result of our current mental processes.
“All negative thinking is based on an internal belief that we are not enough, so the correct thinking is simply to know that we are enough and that we are creations of God and love.”