The Abundance Mindset: Can Money and Spirituality Go Together?

Can money and spirituality go together? Is money bad for your spiritual journey? Read this practical approach to the abundance mindset.

It’s a new year, and you’d think that most of our money problems are gone by now. But as is true for many things, we haven’t learned how to balance money and spirituality – we are often picking one over the other. I’ve been doing this myself, in many ways, which is why I want to talk about the abundance mindset, and how you can experience more contentment.

Different Ways Your Relationship With Money Might Be Blocking Your Growth

Let’s address the different money blocks we have, and how we can adapt a more holistic, mindset of abundance.

Note that you may not relate to all the ways of thinking below, but if there are areas which stand out to you, focus on those as potential spaces to heal your relationship with money.

#1 – You might think money is BAD.

Of course, nobody admits it. But we have been rewired to believe this. How?

This will subconsciously appear in your behavior as feeling guilty every time you spend ‘too much’ on something that wasn’t essential. Or, being unable to charge a fair price to others for your services (something even more common in the spiritual space).

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In essence, many of us are taught to believe that wanting money is materialistic and shallow, and we begin to act out of that mindset.

However, the idea that money is bad for us is a winded-up interpretation of why spiritual seekers renounce their lifestyles and setup such stringent self-restraint parameters.

Money and all material pleasures are temporary in nature. They’re just as essential as we make them to be.

For instance, the recent turn in events has taught us that we can still adapt and thrive with less parties, less shopping and less traveling.

However, most people act throughout their lives on autopilot. In such cases, it’s easy for us to become too tunnel-visioned and look at the material world as our only reality.

At the end of the day, money is energy, just like the things you buy with that money. And energy is neutral. It’s what intention we apply to it, that makes energy beneficial or counterintuitive to our growth.

Are you using that money to take care of your needs? Or to fuel the endless flame of wants? Think about it.


#2 – You Might Think It Requires Hard Work To Earn Something.

We’ve already established that just like everything else, money is energy. We are willing to spend a lot of energy in the form of time and labor, but we are unwilling to open up to receiving the energy back.

Don’t believe me? Here are some examples.

  • You feel shy or say no to people when they give you a “gift”,
  • Random acts of kindness towards you make you question “what did I do to deserve this”,
  • Compliments make you awkward (but secretly happy),
  • Relationships require a lot of hard work, and the easy ones are probably not going to last so you end up sabotaging them,
  • You’re constantly putting in blood and sweat to make things work in your life.
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Money is just one form of abundance. And just like money, at the receiving end, we often question whether we worked hard enough to really deserve something (or someone). This is a simple way to realize that we are imbalanced and have an unhealthy relationship with money.

If we keep questioning our efforts, we will automatically become workaholics, trying to overcompensate by putting in more energy than we allow to come our way.

As you do this, you end up working twice as hard as everyone and (usually) being low on time, low on satisfaction and low on self-esteem. You are basically fighting against yourself, and blocking your own destiny.

Ask yourself why you deserve so little, and what would happen if you really gave permission to live a more fulfilling and abundant life.


#3 – You Think Money Is The Deciding Factor For Success.

This is me. Or rather, it was. When this blog began to kick-off after a few years, I started worrying more than I should have, about the success of it.

Ironically, I wasn’t doing any of this for the money, but for some reason, I was ingrained with the belief that I wasn’t successful if I wasn’t earning six or seven figures.

This is where the abundance mindset can be our saving grace. In what other ways are you growing in life? For me, some of these looked like –

  • More and more people trusting me with their stories,
  • Amazing online mentors that keep popping up and helping the blog grow with their awesome advice,
  • Higher quality collaborations and more diverse opportunities,
  • Getting more genuine feedback for the work I was doing,
  • Noticing a momentum in my own growth, as I continue to push through my limiting beliefs about myself,
  • Being able to serve a bigger demographic from around the world and learning from such a diverse group of people,
  • And so on.
The fact is, our soul cannot be satisfied with merely financial support. We crave community, we crave love, we crave the human touch in whatever we are doing.

If all your monetary needs were taken care of, would you still be so fixated on money as a defining factor for success? Or would you be able to sit back and appreciate all the other signs of growth that have followed you?

The abundance mindset encourages us to look beyond the green bills, and be grateful for every form of support that the Universe is sending to us. What are some of the ways in which the Universe has been cheering you on? Think about it.


4 Practical Tips to Adopt The Abundance Mindset & Heal Your Relationship With Money

Perhaps the ancient people understood the law of cause and effect much better than we do, having developed the barter system so long ago. For instance, you could buy a pack of rice and give the seller a tin of milk in return. Eventually, more formal ways were decided to equalize the exchange of material goods.

As consumerism began spreading, and then exploding, it became imperative to run the rat race in order to fit into society.

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There were only a select set of people who could stay happy with very little. The others had become caught up, and chasing the material goods was so inherent, that we all forgot why were doing this in the first place.

Long story short, we’ve been living in a time where there’s an excess of all things, and a shortage of time. That’s why, once again, we are being asked to become picky about what our time is worth. Would you rather spend that hour watching a chic-flick, or reading the latest Obama book? Both choices are tempting, but the time to do them is limited.

Just like time can be an asset or a liability, so can money. The renunciate, a monk doesn’t want to bother about making everyday choices and handle more emotional baggage. And hence she frees herself of all worldly shackles.

How can you be a modern monk and renounce materialism in a practical way? By freeing yourself of certain decisions. Adapt the renunciate’s mindset with a win-win approach. Here are some ideas worth pondering upon.

Tip #1 – Minimizing time & money spent on your outer appearance.

Businessmen like Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg have fixed wardrobes, wearing the same attire day-in and day-out to save themselves the hassle of worrying about what to wear, and how often to buy new clothes for their wardrobe.

This isn’t very different from what any monk does. The less you invest in shopping and picking your daily wardrobe, the more time you have to focus on your higher goals.

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Tip #2 – Minimize time & money spent on consumption.

I don’t just mean food. I mean information too. The more we input, the more we are forced to output.

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Our ability to actually process information, to digest and internalize it has become limited, thus robbing us form the present moment.

The less you consume, the more time you have to focus on what matters in the long run. You are no longer scattered, and you are able to concentrate your energy onto actually achieving the goals you have set.

And of course, you spend less. 🙂


Tip #3 – Understand the Law of Abundance.

If we have needs, the Universe will take care of them. That’s something that we need to grasp. How? Understand the law of abundace.

The first aspect of this law, is that the Universe will find the shortest route to get something you need to you.

If you are not sure that something has been divinely sent to you, ask for signs. I always enjoy sharing this example about asking the Universe for parking space and noticing a car reverse to vacate a spot, the moment I arrive.

There are many such ways in which the Universe shows up for us. We only need to keep asking, keep trusting, and keep receiving.

The second aspect, is that there is no lack in the Universe.

You don’t need to wait because it’s somebody else’s turn to receive today.

You also don’t need to want less so that the others can have a share. There is enough for everyone, including YOU.

And third, is that the Universe is always giving.

We only need to be ready to receive.

The resource may not come to you in the way you thought it will. It may not be instant gratification, but you will see instant guidance.

For instance, if you want a fancy car, the Universe may not give you the next lottery ticket. But it might land you in an awesome job, that let’s you comfortably afford that car. But, how will you get the car, if you don’t apply for a new job?

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There are hundreds of ways in which the divine forces conspire to bring us closer to our dreams – keep your eyes and ears open and when you notice something, don’t hesitate to walk on those suggestions.

At times, our ego-mind will get in the way and make us think it was “by chance”. Don’t let such limiting beliefs sabotage your growth!


Tip #4 – Move away from money.

I’m not trying to be philosophical and suggest something like you attract what you don’t need anymore. But remember my example from before, being driven by numbers? It became obsessive and that’s how I would show up in conversations.

If you’re struggling with money, you’re likely to be doing the same. Finding ways to earn more, in every, single, thing you do. Even in the most basic conversations. No matter what we do to hide our thoughts, we can’t mask our mindset entirely. In some form or the other, it becomes evident.

Observe the ways in which money limits your vision of life, ways in which you are not nurturing the abundance mindset. And then, ask yourself questions that can steer you in a different direction, such as,

  • What are the ways in which I feel enriched and alive, independent of money?
    (think compliments, opportunities, healthy friendships, and so on)
  • Who can I look up to and follow, to accelerate my growth? What are some of their qualities I can embody?
    (you will notice that being rich is not a quality, perseverance or patience would be)
  • What do I already have, that I am very grateful for?
    (think, if something you didn’t count as a blessing was taken away from you today, how you would feel)
Do what you can, to bring money down from the pedestal and put it in its actual place. When we are able to move beyond the primal goals, we can focus on actual growth.

Concluding Thoughts

Spirituality is not separate from money, and you can’t really do much in today’s day and age if you keep letting finances hold you back.

The modern monk’s goal isn’t to live a frugal life full trying to immunize herself of the ‘maya jaal‘ (illusory trap). Rather to have intelligent self-control and to use these very materials to achieve their spiritual goals.

Use money as a gateway to your success, not as the end goal. Allow yourself to step back from societal notions, and look at the bigger picture. Focus on the real end goal.

Focus on attaining enlightenment. 🙂


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Why The Spiritual Path Is So Hard & 5 Ways To Simplify The Journey

Years into the spiritual journey, I finally understand why the spiritual path is so hard, and have some tips for you to simplify it.

At the receiving end, most of the emails I get from spiritual seekers around the world are quite anxious and sometimes, even morbid. I’ve had people tell me that they are so helpless, they feel like ending their life. This is neither pleasant to read, nor in the scope of my work as a spiritual life coach. However, I understand why the spiritual path is so hard and I’ve been trying to explain it to anyone who asks.

So, I decided to create this article as a gateway and in-depth explanation of what makes the journey so complex. It’s my attempt to simplify this path for you, in hopes that you are uplifted and can walk in your true power. NOT remain stuck or feel hopeless any longer!

That said, let’s talk about some of the reasons that make this spiritual path so complicated in the first place, and how you can make things better for yourself.

Why The Spiritual Path Is So Hard To Begin With

Most people who enter the journey resist what they discover.

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We’ve been raised in a world of science and proof, and we don’t want to get sucked into the taboos of how the spiritual realm works. We don’t want to be deemed insane. But in the process, we’ve moved away from the subtle truths.

Like me, most spiritual seekers have a highly active logical mind which wants things to make sense before they can believe them.

And everything they read about or hear about in spirituality seems to go against everything they’ve learned so far. So, they resist.

First things first. That’s just not how things work around here. The spiritual path becomes complicated, when we approach it from the logical mind.

This way of thinking is not only counterproductive, it can hamper your ability to reap the full rewards of this journey. I’ve talked about this in detail before, the ways in which our logical mind can sabotage our spiritual growth.

The curriculum at school, or even throughout college fails to answer some fundamental questions about life (and death). Like,
– what happens to us when we die?
– have we met all these people before?
– who decided that things would be this way for us?
– what is the actual purpose of life, which we can collectively strive for without running a rat race for money and finite pleasures?

So you see, facing these questions and their answers after so many decades becomes uncomfortable.

How ironic is that? We find it weird being ourselves. Our own nature doesn’t seem familiar! Such is the strength of the amnesia that comes from reincarnating.

Don’t worry though, this weirdness, along with all your other strange experiences will eventually make sense. Let’s talk about what you can do to come to terms with the spiritual truth in a more rapid way.

5 Ways to Make More Sense of Your Spiritual Journey

On a high-level, let’s just say that so far, our knowledge about life has been half-baked. And that going forward, we will need to a lot of un-learning to come to terms with what is REALLY happening.

Now let’s explore the different ways you can simplify this journey for yourself.

#1 – Build your spiritual foundation.

I always say this, and I’ll emphasize this again – faith doesn’t come overnight. You can’t build a connection with the Universe within just one hour of solid meditation or writing a few journaling prompts here and there.

It takes time. Just like it does with any genuine relationship. Oneness with the Universe must be cultivated through repetition and ritual (not in the cliche sense, though). Only when we’ve done something long enough will it become our nature.

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Sure, things can kick off instantaneously and you may feel like you’re onto something special (which you are). But to truly get the in’s and out’s of the cosmic way, you need to spend time building a spiritual foundation for yourself.

I’ve made this mistake over and over again, thinking I don’t need to meditate or sit down in prayer. All, soon to realize that the divine connection is weakening again and I’m not feeling as deeply spiritual as I used to be.

I have people tell me how spiritual they are, how many hours they meditate everyday, how yoga or journaling helps them, and things along that nature. But when adversity hits them, their foundation comes crashing down, and their faith shatters.

They end up asking what the whole point was for them to invest their time in all these practices, if they were still meant to undergo pain.

The truth is, your connection with the Universe will only deepen with direct experience and dialogue. You will not be able to go far in the journey until you understand the workings of the Universe at a deeper level.

At a human level, our pain and this reality seems unfair. And as long as we view it from that lens, it will always be unjust.

In fact, I’ve been writing about all this for years, and yet it felt like I just started my own journey, when I finally sat down and talked to the Universe. I’ve share a little bit more about what happened in this short video.

So then, the question arises, how do you build this foundation of faith?

You learn to sit with the mind. I call it the ego-mind.

It’s not your enemy, contrary to popular belief. As you learn to acknowledge and investigate your own doubts, you will move from creating more problems in your head, to actually looking for solutions. There are three ways that could happen to you.

  • Sometimes, the solutions will come to you in the form of amazing research and scientific proof that can back your faith through logic.
  • Through spiritual education. No matter what practice or method you follow, let the path of knowledge, called jnana yoga, be your guide through the mind of darkness and clouded confusion, to the mind of enlightened being.

#2 – Understand the trajectory of this path.

To help ease your ego-mind, remove the elements of unfamiliarity and uncertainty from your path. By that I mean, understand what happens next.

Just like you don’t dive into the deep-end of the pool without learning how to swim first (or with a float), you will need some kind of preparation and guidance to tell you what’s coming ahead.

When the mind knows what to expect, it is no longer as agitated. You’re able to better prepare for what lies ahead.

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Of course, I also often talk about the importance of learning to be comfortable in the unknowing, and learning to surrender. But if that seems too difficult for you right now, focus on preparation.

The simplest thing you can do right off the bat, to mentally prepare for this path is understand the different stages and symptoms of a spiritual awakening.

Disclaimer.

In preparation, I don’t advocate spending your time getting too many psychic readings done. There’s a fine-line between being prepared and being paranoid. This is especially true for people who want to become healers or coaches in this space, and keep seeking external validation or some kind of sign that this is the right career choice for you.

Take back your power on this path, and allow yourself to tread it as softly or as aggressively as you’d like to. Eventually, you will build the faith that it takes to be comfortable in the ‘unknown’. Till then, learn to explore things without being focus on the perfect outcome, or worrying that you’re wasting time.

Everything is helpful in your soul’s expansion, so let this inner curiosity take your awakening deeper.


#3 – Find like-minded people.

Another reason that the spiritual path is so hard, is because we try to do it alone. Or, we just don’t know how to find the right people to support us.

This is the reason why I send monthly newsletters and write so extensively across all social media platforms. I want more and more people to open up about spirituality, and know that there’s somebody out there who gets “it”.

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In the same fashion, don’t be shy to share your truth with the world. You will be surprised how many people around you are also beginning to “wake up” and walk beside you.

Another tip to help you find your tribe, is to connect with people on groups across different social media. Ask questions, and see what others are asking.

I’ve created a private Facebook group for my clients to connect with each other and nurture their spiritual tribe. If that’s something you’d like to be a part of, here’s how to sign-up.


#4 – Ask for help.

Let’s say, you need to get from point A to B in the shortest amount of time. Would you try to run to your destination, or would you rather use a vehicle like a motorcycle or car?

Such is the concept of growth. The ego-mind has us believing that we should have all the answers and that it’s shameful to ask for help. But really, if you don’t want to delay the process and experience more frustration or burnouts, start learning to ask for help.

its okay to ask for help in your spiritual journey,

I often share stories around how I ask for parking when I’m entering a busy lot, or how I ask for divine intervention when a new jar fails to open. You’d think that such requests are futile, but the universe isn’t judging us. WE are judging ourselves for not being able to do something.

Start asking the Universe for help. Start asking for answers and guidance. And let the Universe show up for you.

The support can come from any direction. Don’t worry about that.

It could be from a stranger, or from a random article you read online. It could be a nudge to get in touch with a long-lost friend, or to get mentored.

Once you receive that help, do take a moment to acknowledge it, instead of brushing it off as a coincidence.

It’s not like the Universe needs our gratitude, but WE do. We need it, so we can retune the mind to trust that the divine forces are looking after us, and that every time we see evidence, our faith strengthens.


#5 – Find a spiritual path and stick to it.

I’ve hopped from book to book, teacher to teacher for years, only to discover one thing. They all say the same thing. Well, atleast the crux of it.

Every solid spiritual practice has one end-goal, and many milestones along the way. The end-goal is of course, enlightenment. The milestones however vary. Such as being more balanced, or gaining more awareness of one’s energy system.

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So after reading hundreds of books, you identify the trend and gather a sense of what you should be doing.

The only question remains – are you doing it?

It doesn’t matter what spiritual idea you read about. Until you don’t take time to practice and really digest the teachings, you will continue to feel stuck.

Another big reason why the spiritual path is so hard, is because we are subconsciously waiting for a miracle healing. Many of us experience a certain ‘spiritual high‘ in the initial stages of the journey, which I like to consider as beginner’s luck.

We end up spending years just trying to recreate that experience! Without realizing that everything else subtly happening to us is just as good for us, as that noticeably profound moment.

So, find a practice and stick to it. I like to call this process of spiritual assimilation, internalization.

Give yourself the permission to slow down, and have a first-hand experience of all the different advice you’re getting. Try something out for a few weeks, and see if it helps you. If not, slowly make your way into a different modality.

At this point, it’s important that not everything will resonate with everyone. So you will need to create your own mix of things that work for you.

And if you feel confused about which spiritual path to follow, Eric Weiner’s Man Seeks God is a great way to get a flavor of all the major practices out there, and understand how they fundamentally work.

You can also setup a no-obligation call with me and we can figure something out together. Remember, if you don’t have a tribe yet, you atleast have me.


Concluding Thoughts

Once you understand the many ways in which you are acting as your own enemy, it makes a lot of sense why the spiritual path is so hard for you to walk. And then, you begin to understand a broad sense of direction. Things begin to make more sense, and you can experience more ease.

Until all that doesn’t happen for you (and I reassure you it will), just keep going. Let the Universe show up for you and prove that it has your back!


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Practicing Peace: 5 Ways To Be More Peaceful With Emotional Intelligence

How you can use emotional intelligence to have more peace and calm in your daily life? Here are 5 tips for self-reflection and healing.

These past few years, I’ve been focusing on a healing word that I can use as a focal point for my growth. Last year, I picked gratitude, and shared some practical tips on how to cultivate grateful living in everyday life. This new year, I’m picking peace as my focal point to remember in day-to-day situations.

Through this article, here’s my list of recommendations on what I’m doing to become more calm and contained, this year.

What Does It Mean To Be Peaceful?

Being peaceful is not the same as being happy.

Happiness, just like sadness or anger, is an emotion.

Peace, is a state of mind. When we are peaceful, we are not disturbed by our surroundings, or even by the inner chatter. And when that happens, we radiate a certain calmness into the world. Something which touches other people and helps them come to ease too.

So, we’re not aiming to be annoyingly happy. Nor are we aiming to be delusional or ignorant of our reality. We are simply focusing on being less shaken by all of it. A.k.a. PEACEFUL.

The following approach is what I’ve tried and will be expanding on in deeper capacity this year. Here are my 5 recommendations, written with a perspective of emotional awareness and emotional intelligence.

5 Ways to Become More Peaceful And Calm

#1 – Monitor The Emotional Charge

No matter how much we heal ourselves, there are still many ways in which we get triggered and swayed away by emotions. Then, we act out, from a place of anger, sadness, or some other kind of underlying emotion of overwhelm.

The way we can become more peaceful, is to keep observing the situations which carry emotional charge in our day-to-day life. There’s a good chance that there are patterns and similarities in seemingly different scenarios.

For instance, even though you may get angry for two very different reasons, what you do after you get angry might be the exact same. You might either slam the door and walk off, or get carried away and start blurting hurtful things.

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When you know you have a strong inclination to do certain things under pressure, start asking yourself what you can do instead. Break the circuit of your emotional response, and pick something that is more in alignment with a peaceful mind.

Some ideas could be:

  • Drinking water to physically cool down your flared energy,
  • Taking deep breaths and staying quiet for about 90-seconds while you observe yourself in the present moment and feel the emotional charge pass out of your system,
  • Reminding yourself to keep your heart open and to interrogate the absurdity instead of closing up because of it.

Remember that it will take some practice to break the circuit and shift your response. But only you can do it, and it’s a good time to get started 🙂


#2 – Don’t just focus on the negative emotional charge.

This may sound counterintuitive, but just like we don’t want to hold the negative emotions, we don’t want to experience an emotional ‘high’.

Seeking these highs are what create shopaholic tendencies, and other self-gratifying escapes like binging on food, numbing the mind with countless hours of television, etc.
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Being aware of our energy dips is important because it helps us perform better. But we also want to know when we spike, because that too is disruption and can cause instability.

Not to say that I’m anywhere near being unaffected by happiness. Every time I get happy feedback, I’m grinning from ear to ear like a child. But what I am doing more of now, is reminding myself that happiness is a temporary state.

So start by observing the high, and how you act when you are happy. As some wise person once said, and I paraphrase, don’t take actions when you are angry and don’t make commitments when you are happy.

Being driven by any range of emotion will make our decision and action biased. Just like the anger or sadness, let the initial ‘rush’ of happiness leave your system before you move forward with something.


#3 – Don’t fuel the flames.

When you are spiraling down the emotional trap, observe the ways in which your ego-mind cooks a story around the situation, and makes things worse for you.

My mom always shared this with me when I was growing up. When something bad happens to us once, but we keep thinking about it over and over again, we are becoming our own enemy.

You can end up adding fuel to the flames, and exaggerating things, blowing them out of proportion.

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On the other hand, if an emotion is untampered, and we can simply be with it as its energy moves out of our system, we can be free from the charge within a couple minutes! We don’t need to carry the emotion or situation into the future, prolonging our healing for days and adding more to the mess.

So, to practice peace, remember that your mind needs to be on your side, and not working against you.


#4 – Fake it till you make it.

Keep asking yourself what you would do in this situation, if you were enlightened. This isn’t faking it, as click-bait as the subheading seemed. It is the simplest way to move ourselves into conscious living.

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The more agitated you are, the further away from a peaceful reaction you will be. So, pull yourself back into the mindset of a wise person, and operate from there.

At times, this may not happen in the moment. But use this question to reflect on what you could have done instead, and practice doing that going forward.

Here are other reflections that can help you think in a more enlightened way.


#5 – Move beyond self-righteousness.

We are often stirred because something didn’t sit right with us. In our worldview, this thing should not have been said, or done. And yet, it has been.

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An important part of the journey to a life of peace and calm then becomes to have acceptance. Sure, there are things that will happen to our liking, and some will be against it.

But our preferences are what make this duality come to life, for ourselves. Our preferences teach us that somethings deserve to be in the Universe, and some don’t belong. But that’s not true. The mere fact that the thing happened, is evidence that it is all possible and happening.

So, the more accepting we are, the deeper we experience oneness.

This isn’t to say that you become passive or don’t stand up against crime, as extreme examples. It’s simply to say that we need to stop living in DENIAL. And when we start seeing reality for what it is, and move beyond self-righteousness and dogma of what the world should be, we become at ease.

And thus, we make our way towards peace.


Concluding Thoughts

Prioritizing our peace in our life is one of the most important things we can do to stay sane.

It’s easy to get pulled into the whirlpool and spin round and round in the turbulence of emotions. But if we can practice self-restraint and be vigilant, we can step away from these emotional charges and move ourselves into a more quiet state of mind.

From this state of mind, not only does our decision-making become more practical, we are less likely to do what’s ‘easy’ and instead do what’s right.

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