Tag Archives: belief systems

Every Moment Is a New Beginning

See the “other” new in every moment; only then can you create a new reality. As long as you expect the “other” – and yourself for that matter – to be the same every time you meet, you will recreate the past. Give each other a chance to grow.

young Eliot“We die to each other daily. What we know of other people is only our memory of the moments during which we knew them.

And they have changed since then. To pretend that they and we are the same is a useful and convenient social convention which must sometimes be broken.

We must also remember that at every meeting we are meeting a stranger.”

― T.S. Eliot, The Cocktail Party

Resolving Discord and Creating Grandness

Do you notice repeated occurrences in life, the very situation we try to avoid comes back and visits us again and again? Even if we try to change our place, our jobs, our relationships, even if we try to hide, the same situation comes back to visit us in another person, or in another form.

Sometimes we try to help someone resolve a bad situation, and suddenly we find ourselves in the same situation.

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Closing the Door to Karma

Every one of us go through tough times and we wonder where did we go wrong, why has this tough moment appeared in our life at this time?

Tough times are pointers, if we take time to be patient and listen to the inner voice in silence we come to know that the so called “tough time” in our life points us towards the path we need to take.

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A Thoughtful Exercise

Working with and on your thoughts and belief systems is the easiest and at the same time hardest exercise in self-empowerment you can embark on.

To begin, just sit down in a place of your convenience, or take a walk, and ask yourself these questions, while letting the answers come from the deepest place within yourself that you can allow yourself to communicate from:

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