Category: thought

Fight Until the end It will be worth it Becaus…

Until the end
It will be worth it
Because in the end you will be praised.
Until the end
Because if you give up, you have lost,
And it gets harder, the way up

10 Ways to Deal with Negative Feelings

1.        Write about the things that are getting you down.

2.        Go for a walk, or exercise.

3.        Do something creative.

4.        Listen to your favourite music.

5.        Make a list of the things you’re thankful for.

6.        Take a break from your phone and social media.

7.        Do something kind for yourself.

8.        Do something kind for someone else.

9.        Watch a funny movie.

10.        Remind yourself that feelings are temporary.

10 Important Steps to Recovery

1. Believe that you can have a new, and better, future.

2. Believe that you can get there – one step and day at a time.

3. Allow yourself to really feel your feelings.

4. Don’t judge yourself for what happened in the past.

5. Know your triggers.

6. Have a plan to cope with your triggers.

7. Challenge negative and self-defeating thinking.

8. Seek out healthy and inspiring role models.

9. Accept yourself completely.

10. Practice self-care.

7 things to remind yourself of every day

1.        I am unique

2.        I am worthwhile

3.        I am worthy

4.        I can change

5.        I can make it

6.        I can succeed

7.        I can be happy and have a great life.

Creating a Day Worth Living

1. Get up early

2. Express gratitude for what you have

3. Do something productive

4. Do something fun

5. Do something for someone else

6. Get some sunlight

7. Exercise – it doesn’t matter what – just do some exercise

8. Put a smile in someone’s face

9. Express gratitude or compliment someone

10. Learn or do something new.

Tips for Building a Healthy Self-Esteem

1. Pay attention to any physical needs.

2. Carve out relaxation time.

3. Spend time with people who like you, and who get you.

4. Take time to feel proud of the things you have achieved.

5. Decide and enforce healthy boundaries.

6. Allow yourself to openly disagree with others.

7. Decide on your own goals – and then go after these.

8. Allow yourself to fail, and sometimes make mistakes.

The one who follows the thought is also a thou…

The one who follows the thought is also a thought! The one who follows the thought IS in thought. When you know that both are thoughts, you are home. You are not at home, you ARE home. Then allow thoughts to arise and allow them to be followed. You remain as That unmoved and unconcerned Being. This is the highest understanding.

7 Quick Happiness Tips

1. Don’t listen to gossip.

2. Ignore what people say about you.

3. Design your own life.

4. Look for the good in every situation.

5. Develop an attitude of gratitude.

6. Laugh more.

7. Once it’s past, let it go.

Our surroundings are not contained by name and…

Our surroundings are not contained by name and form. You are neither the body nor the mind, these are limits you identify with through a lack of clear-sightedness. When you are attentive to a tree or flower, the perception, shape, name and concept are not the only things present. There is also the All-presence that you share with them and that you are both part of. The very name and form spring forth from this eternal background, the All-presence. This is instantaneous awareness that cannot be reached by thought.

The Very Nature of Thought     Time is thoug…

The Very Nature of Thought

Time is thought, and thought is the process of memory that creates time as yesterday, today, and tomorrow, as a thing that we use as a means of achievement, as a way of life. Time to us is extraordinarily important, life after life, one life leading to another life that is modified, that continues. Surely, time is the very nature of thought, thought is time. And as long as time exists as a means to something, the mind cannot go beyond itself, the quality of going beyond itself belongs to the new mind, which is free of time. Time is a factor in fear. By time, I don’t mean the chronological time, by the watch, second, minute, hour, day, year, but time as a psychological, inward process. It is that fact that brings about fear. Time is fear; as time is thought, it does breed fear; it is time that creates frustration, conflicts, because the immediate perception of the fact, the seeing of the fact is timeless.
   So, to understand fear, one must be aware of time -time as distance, space, ‘me’, which thought creates as yesterday, today, and tomorrow, using the memory of yesterday to adjust itself to the present and so to condition the future. So, for most of us fear is an extraordinary reality; and a mind that is entangled with fear, with the complexity of fear, can never be free; it can never understand the totality of fear without understanding the intricacies of time. They go together.