Having come across with a lighthearted young lady last year, who forever changed my view of the world, I learned that energy built from good relationships is infectious. When kindness, love, and respect come into play and multiply, the space that holds us together becomes joyful environment where we live in.
These decision-based actions I’m taking are full of joy and pave the way for expressions of great quality in the now of the future. To truly live, the process should be as pleasurable as the destination.. seeing that we keep our inner space clear of the analytical mind that doesn’t belong to the presence.. The now is the only place where I want to be.
Good and bad days are sporadically recurring as we go through our lives. Off and on, your dark energy manifests itself. Observe your thoughts and see how they come and go. You and your conceptual schemes design how you want to feel and live your life.
Work-life balance seems to be a safe place and helps us maintain status quo. The thought of moving on and forward scares the hell out of everyone. I now embark on a new journey in attempt to find the lost soul who has gone missing while I was pursuing the perfect work-life balance.
Before we get into the importance of the mind-body connection and freeing ourselves from internal grasping, how about I tell you a story of my two zen masters?
Thanks to a little help from Asian genes that make people around the world wonder about our age. Yet, without a certain set of lifestyles, we would have had a hard time crafting the blueprint of staying young. Life is too short and each life is born with a purpose, so make it worth your while.
When traditional lifestyles have been diluted by mass production and modern social values, people seem to shy away from their uniqueness, embrace materialism, and desire things they don’t need.
Oftentimes.. in an effort to realign awareness of thoughts, I lose myself in nature and stay grounded in the backdrop of cinematic ocean waves and bird chirping sounds.
I’m not a true minimalist! Yet, I’ve always been fascinated by the idea of living with less. These 6 simple things that I’ve minimized have led me to (my kind of) happiness and maximum life.