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No More Tears with Buoyant Mind

No More Tears with Buoyant Mind

One cannot cultivate steadfastness and upbeat dispositions unless they are at peace with themselves and are filled with love. His optimistic outlook on life will increase self-esteem, and he must let the past die. His ability to embrace each task with gusto and never complain about his luck will determine his level of achievement. Such a person seizes every opportunity to make the most of life, and he or she uses magic to enchant others to follow in his footsteps. Such a person's existence will resemble whirling fields with shifting seasons and strutting streams with giggles and crackling noise. As he is forward-looking with intense hope at every step, which is the basis for our moment-to-moment life breath, he places emphasis on his "Karma" (actions) in order to be remembered and emulated by others. He is overjoyed at every victory and never grows weary or dejected at setbacks.

He is receptive to strange events and new ideas, and he is flexible. He is not incorrigible, rude, or rancorous, but he is constantly ready to take the blows and ups and downs of life and constantly ready to stand by and assist others when they are in need. A person with these admirable and lofty attributes excels in organizing tasks, quells others' wicked tendencies, is able to exhale or blow away all the problems of everyday life, and is content and grateful to God for His divine favor, joy, and blessings.

If we take the required efforts to make our life always fresh and spotless by nourishing it, the neurons in our brain are triggering and brimming/reviving swiftly with dormant energy and wisdom. Consuming wholesome, nutritious food that is high in fiber and nutrients enables us to prevent constipation, one of the key factors contributing to our erratic moods. Such food also aids in boosting our immunity and stamina. Lethargy can also be avoided by keeping our minds and bodies active and robust. In addition to helping us prevent suicide thoughts and attempts, divine knowledge, attending spiritual talks, participating in devotional songs and dances, etc., strengthen our motivation to realize God.For the greatest outcomes, one should surround themselves with younger people, unwind frequently, and obtain enough sleep while engaging in regular activities. We can lift our own spirits and those of others by showing love and affection to everyone and by appreciating the deserving for noble causes. In every transaction, one should maintain some wiggle room and flexibility. When making crucial decisions, we should avoid striking the wrong note and instead be rational, analytical, and discerning.

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A person who possesses the aforementioned traits is disciplined and his mind is calm, both of which aid in focus. He will find the Creator and the Supreme Lord to be fascinating. By avoiding attrition, encouraging love and tolerance, and adapting to the situation, he will be able to escape the maelstrom of life with ease. He will also be able to ward off numerous illnesses. Being a dynamic individual, he conquers new heights and smoothes out numerous kinks in life. This kind of quality gives life more flavor and shine. He is quick to reconcile his differences in order to change those who are opposed to him and have corrupted, biased, and twisted minds. He might become a driving force in educating and reshaping people to enjoy life's true meaning and avoid letting boredom ruin it. He might also frequently take other people's emotional turmoil and anxieties in stride, not leaving anything to chance but fighting back time and time again against the odds to get the desired outcome. He will live guilt-free as a result.

The buoyant individual has a powerful mind, is psychologically optimistic, and has a stable demeanor. He will establish himself as a driving force and, through his energetic mobilization of people' opinions, shape those opinions for the benefit of society. He can demonstrate his ability to serve as a shining example for others and a beacon of hope. In order to increase the strength of sustenance, live with vigor, tolerance, and the ability to maintain composure, he is able to cleanse both his own and others' drosses. He does this by delighting in the face of any challenge. Even people who lead sedentary lives can be revived by him. These people are qualified and qualified to promote peace, love, harmony, and order everywhere. People with similar wave lengths form friendships and share their joys and sorrows. Allergies, arthritis, cancer, depression, diabetes, high blood pressure, and other severe chronic and contagious diseases are just a few examples of the many difficult-to-treat conditions that these attributes are also very useful in preventing.

A happy, self-assured, and upbeat individual is boosted by humanity and shines like a bright light instead of suffocating like a wilting wick. He will have a fulfilling life while helping others, and he will be egoless so that he can maintain his high status.He is a devoted, tenacious, and morally upright man who will act as a locomotive to move the illiterate ahead. Even the insane, blind, disabled, and other types of people won't suffer in his presence. By making their lives more interesting, he will alter the world with the aid of people like him. A few of these people have the power to create a paradise on earth. We should associate with these people because they are achievers and will create a society that is peaceful, prosperous, and friendly. Let's not forget that great outcomes are anticipated when spirituality and buoyancy combine. One shall feast his eyes on the Supreme Lord after achieving spiritualism and virtues because acquiring such insight surpasses all worldly pleasures and makes one illustrious.

Consider whether you'd rather to be cheerful and encouraged rather than cry dejected tears and wail hysterically.

Tim Moseley

Opportunity in darkness

Opportunity in the darkness

When it is at its worst, everything can suddenly get better

Many of us are today facing dark period of life and experiencing what it's like to be at rock bottom. And we have to consider how we can emerge victorious from this pain. Even when it is sometimes cloudy, dark and the sun is not shining, it gives us a lot of opportunities.

Famous writer J. K. Rowling says: "the bottom became for me a solid foundation on which I built my whole further life.“

In the dark, the light can shine most strongly. Darkness, fatigue and suffering are disguised opportunities.

People who are going through something psychologically very painful often describe a similar principle: that the pain (darkness) allows them to go into greater depth. A Czech psychologist Dušan Kadlec writes in his book From the bottom to the stars, "obstacles are put in people's way to make them extraordinary people.“ 

If you are really very tired, but you are still able to at least walk and move gently, it is highly recommended, for example, go to practice yoga. It is my repeatedly experienced experience: when we are most tired or most stressed that any relaxation has the strongest effect for us. You don't even think about it, and everything can be different. You can feel the most tired in the world, and after sixty or ninety minutes of exercise, you feel, on the contrary, like the most refreshed people. In general, it is also true: when we go through great suffering and great darkness, we are much more grateful for any small light.

Pain can be the biggest teacher
Pain reminds us that somewhere there is a mistake. That we forgot something. Not that we are bad, but that the pain is meant to remind us of something.

Finally here some breathing exercise: The royal way to cleanse the nervous system is slow breathing

Sit comfortably and close your eyes. Slow breathing should be pleasant  for you, without any pressure.
Controlled breathing (in yoga "pranayama") occupies a privileged place among ancient medical practices. Modern research has shown that the advantages of controlled breathing are quite real.

Controlled breathing relieves symptoms:
• insomnia
• anxiety
• post-traumatic stress disorder
• depression

You can start with relatively quick breathing – count to 4 inhaling and then again to 4 exhaling. Slowly you can change it to 4 = inhaling, 2 = stopping, 8 = exhaling. Repeat this procedure for at least several minutes. Later when you are already trained you can prolong the intervals . There should be no overstrain of the will.  People with high blood pressure and pregnant women should keep their own pace and, above all, avoid pressure when holding their breath.

Thanks to practice, this whole process will become very simple and pleasant. It is thanks to the peace and tranquility that come with the unfolding of the breath, when the mind and body open up and receive the healing light. This breath cleanses the lungs and other organs. It brings more oxygen to the brain, leads to greater calmness and clarity of thinking. It is the breath that allows us to maintain a balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic system.

The Persian poet Saadi Shirazi (1210-1291) says:

"Deep in the sea lie hidden treasures of immeasurable value. You'll find safety on the shore.“

Our world, from the laws of physics to social relations, is based on polarity. Life develops in a world of opposites between two poles. Each system and organism strives to achieve completeness and unity, which means the unification of polarity. Knowledge of good and evil. Who wants to remove only one pole from the world, unconsciously strengthens it. 


           Hope is never lost, thanks for reading


Tim Moseley