Joyful Abandon: Resolving the New Year 2012 →
lazyyogi: As this calendar year gives way to a new one, don’t ask yourself what you wish for the new year. Don’t look at the horizon and hope upon a star. Meet your life head to head, right in this very moment as the earth swings around the sun. Make your new year’s resolution a direction for your growth….
“When you stand in the river against the current, disappointed in what the river...
The Joy of Quiet →
“…others seem to be turning to yoga, or meditation, or tai chi; these aren’t New Age fads so much as ways to connect with what could be called the wisdom of old age.” I crave quiet, and have for years….the desire continues to grow.
You become what you think about, whether you want it or not.– Dr. Wayne Dyer, discussing how our intentions, create our experience. (via remorphabeing)
Remember that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck.– Dalai Lama XIV (via sweetpeapath)
To be with the Tao, be like the Tao
lazyyogi: Listening, not thinking. Looking, not seeing. Feeling, not judging. Being, not trying.
We are not held back by the love we didn’t receive in the past, but by the love...– Marianne Williamson
You merely invite suffering when you become too attached to people, situations,...– Ah so very true.
The most difficult times for many of us are the ones we give ourselves. Yet it’s...– Pema Chodron (via dailylettuce)
The Four Parts of Karma
Intent: One’s goal in committing an action, is the intention positive or negative Action: The activity that is performed as a result of the intention. Success: Whether the action was accomplished or not in the intended manner. Dedication: Acknowledgement of the action and its success by the performer. All parts of karma are equally important. If not all parts are completed or some are good...
How to Meditate in a Noisy Enviroment →
Sit, Stand or do whatever is possible to make your body stress free. Now close your eyes, or if you can’t just close them a bit so that you are not distracted by visuals. Now pay attention to all that noises around you. Don’t try to interpret, and don’t try not to interpret. Just let it be…. Heading out for a plane trip — I need this. So hard for me to tune out noise.
To know that you have enough is to be rich.– Lao Tzu (via shaktilover)
In the end these things matter most: How well did you love? How fully did you...– Buddha
What Meditation and Sex Have in Common + How to... →
liliezencoach: A fascinating article in Scientific Americantitled The Neurobiology of Bliss—Sacred and Profane reported on a study that suggests that the brain reacts the same way to meditation as it does to sex. Both dissolve our sense of self-awareness, separating ourselves from our ego.
No one else can limit you. If you want to limit yourself, you can. Otherwise the...– Yogi Bhajan