One of my favorite readers wrote: When I read this: "but there is no book or course available anywhere that asks you to look at what is poisoning your mind and being, what keeps you out of the present moment, what is sucking you dry anywhere.....", I thought of the book you wanted to write. I thought that maybe you could have a book that addresses this subject, but in your style.
Continue reading "What's poisoning your life? What's poisoning your mind?"
Update: When we are on a lower level of consciousness, we think it is all about us. What we do, what other people say, our results... everything. So our "self" is always in danger of falling off its pedestal, and we feel that with it we die.
The reason: we can't tell, we don't even think, that we and our actions are not the same. We can't see that we do something, and the results of those actions don't change who we are... there is no real connection. The results are the results, you are you, no connection. Continue reading "Judgment: What is judgment? what is it really? The whole picture..."
Believe it or not, grieving1 is ALWAYS for what could have been. For the loss of a future.
Whether it is in a relationship, or adventure, or riches, or living a fulfilled life. Opportunities missed, a life missed.
If feels like an occasional hiccup like desire to weep, hiccup from a deep sorrow base.
Continue reading "Many people grieve continuously. What do you grieve for? Is it grief or is it depression?"
- from Wikipedia: Grief is a multifaceted response to loss, particularly to the loss of someone or something that has died, to which a bond or affection was formed. Although conventionally focused on the emotional response to loss, it also has physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, spiritual, and philosophical dimensions. While the terms are often used interchangeably, bereavement refers to the state of loss, and grief is the reaction to loss, along with nostalgic longing for something or someone that probably won't return.
Grief is a natural response to loss. It is the emotional suffering one feels when something or someone the individual loves is taken away. Grief is also a reaction to any loss. The grief associated with death is familiar to most people, but individuals grieve in connection with a variety of losses throughout their lives, such as unemployment, ill health or the end of a relationship. Loss can be categorized as either physical or abstract, the physical loss being related to something that the individual can touch or measure, such as losing a spouse through death, while other types of loss are abstract, and relate to aspects of a person’s social interactions. [↩]