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There are quite a few things that people can do which are so simple and so powerful for massively upgrading the way they feel.
As we continue to advance along this path, we discover that there is always more joy underneath the discomfort, and that the only sustainable way to fuel long-term joy and fulfillment is to continually practice staying present with the experience we are having in our bodies, to listen with patience, and to trust that life is unfolding for our benefit and evolution.
Life doesn’t get easier, awareness and choices get better, which makes life easier.
Most people who are into self-development believe that their biggest challenge or their biggest “sticking point” on their way to success is fear.
It’s about perspective. If I believe I am a victim, then I have the experience of feeling like a victim and of actually being a victim.
It is not enough for me and you both to win if our neighbors and our fellow humans lose. It is also not enough if people win but the earth loses, because the earth is, after all, our mother.
Why do so many people resist being helped? Have you attempted to offer service to others before and encountered resistance? I know I have! I wonder if it comes from years of conditioning that accepting service or receiving help makes one appear weak or incapable...
Ra says there are 2 paths: The path of the heart, of forgiveness, acceptance, compassion and service to others. And there is the path of service to self, of separation and control.
Ultimately, all 4 of these “Pillars” or areas of life operate like legs of a table. When one of them is not strong, the stability of their life will be shaky. When all 4 Pillars are strong, then your life will be stable and full of abundance, joy, fulfillment and peace.
Just because someone is older does not mean they are wiser.
Wisdom is generally assumed to be closely correlated with age, i.e., “the older you are, the wiser you are.” However, to more accurately reflect reality, wisdom should instead be understood as loosely correlated with age.