We all heard many definitions as we were raised. Our minds are full of concepts that are either good or bad.
Is there anyone in your life you cannot forgive? Once upon a time, there were such people in my life.
When I observe the people in my life, I see some of them are sad, worried, and confused. They are confused because they don’t know what they want from their lives.
In past times, we would look it up in encyclopedias or ask knowledgeable people. Today, there is the new concept of “Google” in our lives. We simply type the keywords into the search bar and hit the enter button, and thousands of results then wait for us. If we narrow down the search criteria, it becomes easier to find the right answer we are looking for?
Up to now, we have been purified by our journey. We have faced many challenges. We have worked hard, and sometimes we felt like we hadn’t moved at all. Then we had a new start.
We hear a lot about sexuality, don’t we? We ceaselessly think and talk about it, one way or another. In effect, sexuality is the main force behind almost everything, from selling products to choosing our clothes.
Bert Hellinger, the creator of the Systemic Constellation process and Movements of the Spirit-Mind, pointed out something that was also acknowledged in the ancient sources of knowledge.
A few days into the New Year, I was surfing the net when a video shared on the Facebook page of a blog I followed caught my attention.
Have you ever stopped to ask yourself what your body wants from you?
Happiness is spontaneous. There is no reason—you just feel it.
They live in the most difficult conditions, yet they do not agonize over the past or worry about the future. They are called “the happiest people on Earth.” Their greatest keys to happiness are their lifestyle and their language, which uses only the present tense.