Don’t let others control your happiness.
Good people base their intentions on love and seek freedom for all.
Bad people base their intentions in fear and seek power and control.
We perceive everything around us and within us with a hint of distortion. Some with a lot of distortion.
This means, that the ordinary reality we see is not real – it is a perceived reality.
Our perceptions create the reality we see around us, and that is why people see so different realities so often, for better or for worse. This is true for all of us, no matter how developed we are.
When you trust somebody completely, without hesitation, without holding back, there are two possible outcomes : you get a person for life, or a lesson for life.
There are many types of calm:
– Calm like a sleepy pond on a lazy summer day.
– Calm like a cat resting in the sun.
– Calm like a lion hunting for prey.
– Calm like the sky behind a thunder storm.
– Calm like the center of a tornado.
Calmness as an internal state is for those who haven’t yet been in hell, or for those who already walked through it.
Some people pursue happiness, others create it. Happiness isn’t an outside job, it’s an inside job.
But let’s find a shortcut!
Create your own happiness button that can be squeezed whenever you want to feel good! Do this by bringing in detailed memories of times you felt amazingly happy and really feel the happiness! While you think and feel through your memories, squeeze two fingers on one hand hard together, to lock the feeling of happiness into your body memory through these two fingers. Also squeeze the same two fingers together every time you feel happy in the future – to accumulate more power in the two chosen fingers! The happiness button is now created! It’s that fast and that easy!
When you need to feel happier, simply squeeze the two fingers together again, and feel the happiness spreading!
What if you woke up tomorrow and was who you want to be?
You say you understand other people’s feelings, that you have empathy.
But empathy without compassion is without value.
No one ever healed themselves by hurting another.
Culture is not our friend.
Culture tells us to compete others and choose money, and encourages us to sacrifice our true spirits for work and repetition of daily routines, calling it to “think smart” when each and every one of us puts ourselves first, and see other people as consumer goods. “There is always somebody/something else out there, just move on”, they say and each and every time we leak our energy all over the place.
We leak our energy for money, career and people that we think we need but don’t feel driven towards. We’re told we’re smart that way. We sacrifice passions, real connections and love to be “smart”.
“It’s easy, just move on from the things you truly want. The world is full of choices! Come on, don’t think, just move. (The cost of this transaction is 1 gram of your soul). Don’t think, just move on and do what is “smart”.”
People choose things that aren’t important, like money, careers and safety, and thus sacrifice things that are important, like people they love, true passions and real joy. And we wonder why more and more people turn into lifeless shadows around us?
It’s as if culture has a straw into human souls that way, sucking us dry, so that we don’t notice it, not unlike the machines in the Matrix.
Don’t listen to culture, it will collapse soon, anyway. Systems always collapse, and probably again in your lifetime at least once. You shouldn’t hold on to what your culture tells is important, because everything you have in that realm can and will be taken from you. So choose right. Follow your inner spirit, and heal the world and yourself. It is the only safe bet these days, even if culture tells you otherwise. Culture lies. Real currency lies in connections and hearts and spirits. Don’t sell your soul.
One moment we may think we are the most important person in somebody’s life, the next moment we abruptly learn that they don’t even want to know us.
How come “love” has become a substitute for “want to have sex with for the time being, but after I no longer want to have sex with you, I don’t want to talk with you ever again”?
Isn’t it strange that the word “love” is used about somebody who has no other value in somebody’s life, if they aren’t sex objects for them?
They’ll keep family, friends – even Facebook acquaintances – in their lives forever, but throw away – without hesitation – somebody they claimed to love above anyone?
No wonder the world is full of wars.
People who don’t know the value of loyalty can never understand the cost of betrayal.
You are only as strong as your weakest friend.