Victims in life


The Secret Affirmation: “A lot of people feel like they’re victims in life, and they’ll often point to past events, perhaps growing up with an abusive parent or in a dysfunctional family. Most psychologists believe that about 85 percent of families are dysfunctional, so all of a sudden you’re not so unique. My parents were alcoholics. My dad abused me. My mother divorced him when I was six…I mean, that’s almost everybody’s story in some form or not. The real question is, what are you going to do now? What do you choose now? Because you can either keep focusing on that, or you can focus on what you want. And when people start focusing on what they want, what they don’t want falls away, and what they want expands, and the other part disappears.”

Namaste

Being in high vibration


Esther Hicks says : “You don’t have to work at being in the high vibration that is natural to you, because it is natural to you. But you do have to stop holding the thoughts that cause you to lower your vibration. It’s a matter of no longer giving your attention to things that don’t allow your cork to float or don’t allow you to vibrate in harmony with who you really are.”

Namaste

I dream big


Doreen Virtue says : “Thought for Today: I dream big! I let go of any limitations on my imagination, and I give voice to my inner wisdom and creative impulses. I shed past fears and doubts, replacing them with courage and love. I nurture my future with the same care that I would give to a newborn baby.”

Namaste

You must become aware


Osho Says: “In the Buddhist terminology ‘Buddha’ is equivalent to ‘truth’. They don’t talk much about truth; they talk much more about Buddha. That too is significant, because when you become a Buddha — ‘Buddha’ means when you become Awakened — truth is, so why talk about truth?

Just ask what awakening is. Just ask what awareness is — because when you are aware, truth is there; when you are not aware, truth is not there. So the basic and real question is about awareness. But that, too, cannot be asked and solved. One has to become aware — there is no other way.”

Namaste

What is Buddha?


Osho Says: “A monk asked Joshu: “What is the Buddha?” “The one in the hall,” said Joshu. The monk said “The one in the hall is a statue, a lump of mud.” Joshu said. “That’s so.” “What is the Buddha, then?” asked the monk again. “The one in the hall,” said Joshu.

Now what is this Joshu trying to do? He is saying: “Your question is absurd. Because you are asking an absurd question, I am answering it in an absurd way. Your question is stupid, and there can be no intelligent answer to a stupid question.” He is trying to show to this monk that the very question: What is the Buddha? is nonsense, because there is no way to say anything about the Buddha. It is an awakening. It is an experience. It happens within you. You cannot read it through the scriptures, and you cannot ask those who have come to know it. The only way is: you have to go to it; you have to allow it to happen.”

Namaste

The truth is felt by the heart


Osho Says: “Mind functions in the non-existential, in the fictitious, in the imaginary. Mind is a faculty of dreaming — it is a dream faculty! Truth is not known by mind; that’s why I say it is not known at all. Truth is felt by the heart, by your totality; by you, not by your head; by you as an organic unity.

When you know truth, you know by the head and by the toes; you know by your bones and by your guts; you know by your heart and by your blood; you know it by your breathing — just by your very being. Truth is known by being. That is the meaning when I say truth is felt. It is an experience.”

Namaste

Stop complaining


Rhonda Byrne says : “If you are complaining about things in your life, you are on the complaining frequency, and you are not in a position to attract what you want.

Get on to the frequency of good with your thoughts and words. Firstly you will feel good, and secondly you will be on the frequency of receiving more good.”

Namaste