As a life leader, I often get questions from those who passed through my field. Some of these questions are a great article. Here are some questions with an earlier participant who is struggling with his spiritual developmental processes.
TAKING THE TIME COMES TO BUSINESS LIFE
He asked for his meditation and his busy life to find time to practice this challenge. We know that meditation has a great stress-relieving advantage that helps the mind to face a demanding and often chaotic world. With the practice of meditation you go through a number of phases and I came to the conclusion that if you sit on your desk and lock your eyes for a few minutes, you are bound to God – higher energy, energy, space is every opportunity – you want to call anything and even a few minutes , this can be useful for your inner world.
My spiritual teacher, Shri Brahmananda Sarasvati (Ramamurti S. Mishra, MD). it is said that when you pray, you are talking to God, and when you meditate (listen), God speaks to you. I use my meditation practice very strictly, but I'm not like a device I want to serve and not vice versa. Even in everyday life, when you are present, meditating; I meditate in a variety of ways not only in the "sitting" form that the teacher mentions. Attention is really a great meditation. Just close your eyes and take some deep breaths and tap and touch the all-encompassing energy that is always around us and does not require us – just remember your presence and nurture your spirit – it's your job . You do not have to work, or you need to do a ritual or practice, if you just want – just close your eyes and listen.
MY LIFE, OPPORTUNITIES, PHASES IN LIFE
Coaching in my life, I say, there are different ages, phases and phases in our lives. Each phase draws attention to various aspects of ours.
The first stage takes up content first. You stay here until you are sick and saddened by the acceptance of other people's ideas. At this point you enter the second stage. In the second stage you buy and stand. The third stage is doing what you like.
In the second stage, we need to pay attention to the phases at this stage because we can get too much out of it. At this point, do you begin to negotiate with your life – so well received and released? How can you negotiate and maintain the balance from within? This is the challenge we are all faced with.
I'm in the third stage: take it and give it your own fun, entertainment and fun. At this stage of development, generally later in life, he hopes that "I" will be satisfied with what has been achieved, but he still likes vigilance and awareness, from time to time challenges and ideas and reflects on his spiritual interests. 19659004] To be open to the life that we must teach at every stage, we are going through every stage, and in every phase of these phases and regardless of what our age is, we must determine that balance is in the balance – it is natural, because life is dynamic and not static. Regardless of what stage, phase or age we have to define certain boundaries or some form of formula for ourselves.
How much will I give this week this month, and this year and how much I buy and how much I'm relaxing. Negotiating with you. I do this for myself. Think about yoga pose – stretch out and create tension in the muscle group. Pause. Then relax. Repeat: tension, pause, rest, tension, pause, rest. In a relaxing state, we repair the nervous system, which makes it more effective to treat more stress and tension in our lives. Rest is important to maintain good balance. Such is the nature of life – such as the pendulum and one in the other direction, and the other looking for balance or optimum homeostasis but always moving or having to. If it does not move, it is as though the body / mind is lethargic and obscure and rusty – towards death and death. If you are always on the move, too much, too fast and too often, it will burn and catch and burn.
We need to strike a good balance in all ages, stages, and phases of our lives. This is an eternal challenge.
This year I started a boom, and I felt that it was jammed and expressed too much details, demands and pressure with my husband's medical problems. I turn around and wonder how I hurt you. So, when September arrived and we arrived at our seasonal house, my daughter asked me what I would do and said nothing. Boy this is a challenge for me, as I'm a "make-up" machine, but that's something I'm learning to do or remember how to do it; I just have to pay attention to the mind and the judgment of "doing nothing" because after my first husband David died, "I did".
Life is always a good teacher and we always learn something about ourselves. Awakening life – tiring, but in some other form?
An example of a formula – when we were in India at the end of the 80's we saw a lot of poverty and struggled to give money or not give money until Bill said we had a lot of rupees in our pocket every day and when they left , they disappear. We decided to give money when somebody made us aware – that was our state of affairs – a smile, an open door, a blessing – was given until money disappeared and we did not feel guilty, we applied our formula, and we felt good about what we did and did not feel guilty for the rest of the day – tomorrow was a day and we started. So create a small formula for yourself during the recording and release.
When one of the participants in life insurance training asked: "There are so many opportunities for healing, growth and personal development, how did you choose or know what to do?" I answer this question: "As you know what to do, do them, what you are doing, what you want to do, and what you do not do or just do them sporadically. Take care of what you are doing and ask yourself why you do the things you do regularly
I like to practice so I'm really good at work I'm not so fascinated by the practice I used but I feel like I'm "meditating" motion and meditation motifs are very different at this stage of my life but help me to understand and understand "why"
Then they asked me, "How are we suggesting to narrow down activities not only for learning, but for my life that fits better to my values / vision? I noticed that I was also ridiculed trying to ask others questions and recall them. "And I replied," What are your values / vision? Understand the underlying principles from which they operate? What are they? " If you find that you spend too much time in the mood of others, ask yourself what you get out of. If it is your personal satisfaction, but you are concerned about time management or personal results, you will be watching it. you can retire from a principle that you can set yourself to allow yourself some (for the sake of others) and just know that you do this – cut it down when there are too many.
Self-indulgence requires that we we are responsible for what we receive and what we have done – there is no one who handles us – we are self-governors or self-regulators – when the pendulum goes too far in one direction, turn to and go in the opposite direction – see the op on donation and
Let's put this principle – a formula – let's keep it okay. If that's not the case, then go on research and learning. What else can we do? We do not want to live in any other principle, form or way of life – it does not wake up, it's robotic. When your body or mind sends you a message that you feel it is burned, then you know that the pendulum is overturned far to one side and that is not compatible with your balanced self – so turn your back on it. And so it goes on in life – we always negotiate and maintain balance and homeostasis, and this process keeps alive, active and committed. Is not life so wonderful?
We know more about what works for us and what does not work for us, and the curious observer of the process is enlightenment – interesting things.
When Bill, my husband got the diagnosis of cancer, I had to look at myself and every wonderful thing I said over the years that they were strong and run to life and challenged me how I would "adapt" this new something that has affected our life in such a way that I still do not know, so I was amazed at how they would appear.
Everything we know, our teacher. Dr. Mishra says that even your dog is a guru – he teaches everything. Our struggles often opened doors for enlightenment and joy; not the truth.
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