Sadghuru, a popular Indian spiritual mystic, has a very apt anecdote. He says, "Stomach full, many problems. Stomach empty, one problem." The power in that statement is tremendous. Reflect on it.
In the midst of our most troubling times, our hearts literally possess the key to our strength, resolve, and solace. The mind can spin around in our skulls like a tornado and it’s easy to get into a compulsive obsessive thinking frenzy. In this state, we can feel like jumping out of our own bodies. This is impossible. Don’t do this.
Instead, during these moments of emotional recession, do two…
“Make sure you’ve done all you can before you rest, but do rest.”
A great way to calm the spirit and settle down our overactive headspace is to simply write out one’s thoughts. We have dreams and goals. We know we will “arrive” some day, so we must learn to relax. After we have done much good work in a day, we must know it is only a matter of time before we see the results we wish from our actions. Allow life to do what it does in the mean time.
Make sure you’ve done all you can before you rest but do rest. Thinking isn’t bad. It is better to think more now and cover your bases for the future than think little now and have to recover from a foolhardy start later. There are exceptions to every rule though. …
Visionary beings make headway in this world…
Visionary beings make headway in this world
They bulldoze through the things that scare the other boys and girls
The dreams that incite nervousness in other people
are the same dreams that stir brave souls into upheaval
Unafraid to chase down what they see as utopia
Because on the other side of that wall lies the cornucopia
Though they may debate back and forth, this way and that
Deep in their skulls, their brain waves are far from flat
So picture that,
Unnerving as it is to average minds
The game-changers in our world never mind the…