“If one is not a meditator, howsoever good one is it is all useless.”― Osho, Books I Have Loved
We have managed to wave a perfectly neurotic society over the years..that blocks the truth of us. Is it possible to break the system and not to be a sheep that follows the crowd, but a rare flower that blossoms into the universe?
Everyone is in a struggle some way or another way and days are floating by.
We must take charge of this life and be active participants in adding more life to everyday existence. It is crazy difficult to go out of the system..even when you are aware of it..it is not easy.
That’s where meditation comes in. It is like adding a magic ingredient to life that brings forward all the unwanted aspects of us to be purged and purified.
For example, for years I had this deep feeling of good enough or unworthy. All my actions were born from that space.
I shrunk too much into myself because of this deep belief. I took all the shit life had thrown at me with complete devotion because I thought that is what I deserve. It is hard for life to bring in something awesome when you believe that you are not worthy and I was scoring an A-plus in thinking I am not good enough.
When that belief changed it was like a burst opening of a new beginning.
Even if someone had told me that I have issues with my worth. I don’t think at that phase I could have identified and acted on that. It was through the practice of stillness I was able to ground myself and see more and more of my limiting beliefs. I had to experience the self-created blockages and realize that my awareness itself is enough to make them powerless.
Changing limiting beliefs is the first step in attaining success in any area of life. Let that be health finance career anything. It is not easy to find the limiting beliefs as it is a part of us now. A perspective shift is needed to bring and meditation is a perfect tool for that beginning. habit is going to help you. Meditation will help us to see ourselves for who we truly are and to be more of that every day.
“Whenever you are immersed in compulsive thinking, you are avoiding what is. You don’t want to be where you are. Here, Now.”
― Eckhart Tolle, Stillness Speaks