What is this mindfulness crap every vegan sucker speaks about?
That's not even scratching the surface of it! What's more, it's pretty much like trying to explain what is the colour blue to a blind person. Only the experience can provide you with the answer.
So ... how to get there? How to experience it? There are some tools available for you like Meditation, yoga, Tai Chi, Chi Gong, sensory deprivation tanks, drugs, ...
All of these practices work as tools to facilitate the walkthrough to get there, at least to get a first ephemeral glance at it. With that said I recomm
Any time you have physical discomfort of any kind, whether you call it emotional, or physical pain within your body, it always, always means the same thing:
I have a desire that is summoning Energy, but I have a belief that is not allowing so I've created resistance in my body. The solution, every single time, to the releasing of discomfort or pain — is the relaxation and the reaching for the feeling of relief.
(Abraham is a non-physical collective consciousness which speaks through a woman called Esther Hicks)
Rock formation known as Les Orgues (The organ pipes), South of France 2015
What have I discovered during my journey of conscious evolution?
Among many of the tools and practices I tried on my path to self discovery, one of the most remarkable is the practice of Ho'oponopono.
This practice has the potential to give you insights, awareness, solve unconscious conditioning, bring amazing clarity, focus and so many other benefits to you and your environment. Very easy and short. Everyone can do it during and between daily activities.
Before I explain how it works just keep in mind that, you don't even need to believe into it as the Higher mind, or the Subconscious mind will learn eventually what you communicate to it on a daily basis and drive you trough the process of transformation or whatever comes your way.
For me the changes were enormous, especially after 2 weeks when I started to realize that it was because of my simple, short, daily practice that I have achieved such clarity and understanding ab
Count it all joy, my brethren, when you meet various trials, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing
[James 1:2- 4]
Saint Augustine says that if we're happy or comfortable with life, we won't remember that we're on a journey to Heaven; we must be dissatisfied with ourselves- especially with our sinful nature- so that we'll fight against sin and use God's grace to make ourselves better. Therefore, remind yourself from time to time about the imperfections of this life and the joys of the life to come. Make a list of '' Things I look forward to in Heaven'' adding at least one item every day for a week; then review it every now and then. This can motivate you to continue to grow in grace and to persevere when life becomes difficult.
Learn from the example of St. Thérése
When they bring you before the synagogues and the rulers and the authorities, do not be anxious how or what you are to answer or what you are to say, for the Holy Spirit will teach you in that very hour what you ought to say.
It can be especially difficult to practice assertiveness when we need to correct others. How do we avoid the extremes of ignorance or downplaying the offense, and of over reacting to it?
St. Alphonsus Liguori advises ''Even when correcting faults, superiors (and parents, teachers, employers, and anyone else with authority) should be kind. It is one thing to reprove forcefully, and another to rebuke harshly. Sometimes one must deliver a firm admonishment when the fault is serious, and especially if it be repeated after the subordinate's attention has been called to it. But let us always be aware of harsh and angry rebukes; the person who chides with anger do