Stay in the present.
A virus is spreading where people prefer to imitate others instead of knowing themselves and understanding their soul’s yearning. The solution takes time and patience, and often, these are traits people do not have. In addition, the tendency is to get busier, adding more stuff to their already busy schedule, whether work or noise.
Why let go of noise?
In my experience, noise will never allow you to listen to the voice of your conscience. And the more you are entangled, the more difficult it will be to get out of that web. We ignore the authentic voice when we listen outside, which blocks our pathway to unlimited potential. Staying in the present is vital to enjoying life as a gift.
Asking within for guidance
Time to be
I invite you to grab a cup of your favorite water and sit quietly. The do’s are clogging your agenda, but this task is necessary for yourself and your heart. Do it daily and enjoy the results, especially observing how diminished noise becomes.
Time to work
Work is very much needed. However, check your attitude towards work.
Time to play
Whenever you need a nature getaway or something of that sort, know that your soul is shouting for fresh air. Get away from technology to be one with nature.
Time to change
The only thing that does not change is that everything changes. Most individuals like their comfort zone. And if you speak to them about change, they shy away. However, this is the first prerequisite to a happy and harmonious life. Stay in the present.
Time to eat well
More and more, I find people eating out or ordering takeaways. Try to eat as much as possible at home with home-cooked meals. And if you can do the same with your cleaning routine. Do it yourself, and stop delegating your work to others. These are your home chores. When you do this simple exercise, you are also allowed to letting go of noise.
“A man who is master of himself can end a sorrow as he can invent a pleasure. I don’t want to be at the mercy of my emotions. I want to use them, to enjoy them, and to dominate them.”Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Author and Poet
In search of the knowledge of the absolute truth,
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