Do not allow your happiness to be a hostage to anyone or anything. – Rupert Spira
Another wonderful and insightful video from Psych2Go!
Thanks to Dr. Perry.
Many thanks to Dr. Damon Ashworth for the inspiration!
A Japanese term meaning “improvement”.
I think of Kaizen as ‘continuous improvement’ or ‘continual change for the better, one small step at a time’, as this is how I first heard of the term.
A lot of the successful Japanese manufacturing companies in automobiles and technology have used this exact approach to obtain massive success over time.
What could you achieve if you just focused on taking one small step in the right direction today, and then another one every day after that?
2. BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE…
Gandhi did not say “Be the change you want to see in the world” even though it is often attributed to him. What he actually said was this:
“We but mirror the world. All the tendencies present in the outer world are to be found in the world of our body. If we could change ourselves, the tendencies…
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What is meditation?
Listen to Mingyur Rinpoche give an inspiring, easy-to-understand explanation of the practice.
Thanks to Bored Panda. See the other pics at the link below.
“The Grammys may have been 2 weeks ago, but these animals are already putting their game faces on for next year. Hold on to your seat, Adele.” – Gierde
Passing along these helpful tips on managing stress. Enjoy 🙂
A couple of my favorite movies of 2016 are on the list – Arrival and Captain America: Civil War, but where’s Creed? (See link below.)
What was your favorite movie of 2016?
“From a sweetly nostalgic musical to one seriously thought-provoking sci-fi film.” – USA Today
Whatever your spiritual / philosophical beliefs, you can discover priceless nuggets of life-changing wisdom in Buddhist teachings.
Thanks to Neurodivergent Rebel for the thought-provoking post 🙂
Everything comes into being and then dissolves.
Whenever you encounter suffering in your life you don’t have to worry because nothing lasts forever. This suffering is not permanent. Facing your fears becomes easier because you begin to realize that fear too is temporary.
Every pain and discomfort becomes much less of an obstacle because you realize your time of suffering is limited.
You learn to be grateful for the little things because you look at them as if they are already over. Like a shiny new teacup that is already broken. Each joy in life, no matter how small, is a blessing.
When we waste our time longing for tomorrow we miss the beauty that could have been found in today.
Life’s fleeting moments, the little pleasures, a sunrise, a friendly dog begging for a belly rub, colorful fall leaves, and the smell of fresh spring flowers, become more valuable.
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