Pain is a great driving force.
So is Love.
One comes from a point of reference. .
The other comes from a clear space in the present moment. .
One becomes exhausting over time. .
The other one becomes creative over time. -
One has great huge boundaries. .
The other one simply responds to what there is. .
One has limits and prevents connection. .
The other one is present and connects by default. .
One acts out of emotion. .
The other acts out of wisdom.
Have you ever fallen down while you are walking or running ?
How hard are you on yourself for falling down?
I’m guessing not so much. You might be a bit embarrassed for missing a step, but ultimately you understand that you forgot how gravity works for a second and tripped over something.
You don’t think less of yourself.
You don’t dwell over the fall for days and years to come.
You don’t question your worthiness or potential.
Because you understand how gravit
The human mind is always thinking up storms that don’t actually exist. It’s continuously telling us what the worst case might be. And when we get fooled by it, we can find ourselves frustrated, stressed out and hopeless. It doesn’t matter if we are looking at our own personal life, or global issues. The truth is, we cannot find solutions from a frustrated point of view. That’s a fact each one of us has experienced. We can only find arguments and very well polished research of
Often times we forget what our own business is. We unconsciously expect people to be a certain way. We expect things to work out a certain way.
We have stories. When we think a certain amount of progress should be made in a certain amount of time, that is a story Who made up the time limit of how long something should take? If we think it should take a certain time limit, we unconsciously create stress around it which breeds more self shame. Byron Katie talks about how there