Paradigm

Written by Rowena Paton

Unconditional acceptance and an open mentality, - is existing in a true and natural sense. Acceptance is actualisation into your environment. You are like a tree, which accepts its environment, and enters the certainty of existence. Just as the branches of a tree extend into their own spatial destiny, so do you. Allow yourself to extend freely into the future, but also acknowledge the roots, which bind you to the earth. Your roots are your sacred past, and the Earth – the primal, grounding source from which you have come. Accept the limitations of being human. Value and accept vulnerability, as you are just a part of the natural world which is both fragile & invincible at the same time.

~ A flower does not grow passively, a storm is not an occurrence of moderation, you are an equal part of the world, live passionately and intensely as if every moment were your last.Accept that you as an entity, is never a known or a definable commodity. Every moment that you are alive, you are growing and changing.

Allow pain and suffering to mold you to be unique and strong. Also allow moment and things of beauty to enhance, stimulate and feed the precious wonder that is you...( Part 2 Coming Soon)

Stream of Consciousness – Unedited Freestyle Manifesto

 

Realise that freedom is self- empowerment. Engage and interact with the universe. There are predetermined, inevitable processes and cycles of existence. Do not try to understand or control them. Control is not power - it restriction and limitation. By attempting to stop a process, you create disharmony.

 

The pretense of understanding and knowledge are limitations. They are a farce. There is however, insight, wisdom and awareness. Appreciate every being you that you encounter in the world, and learn and grow from each of them. Eliminate falseness and conformity from your life. Realize the empowerment and the promise of the growth of insecurity* LIVE*

If you are not overachieving and extremely busy in today’s society, you are the exception and not the norm. We are all guilty of this; we overextend, overachieve, and overstress ourselves to the point of breaking. Little do we realize, however, that we are hurting our body by hurting our mind.

The Art of Gratitude

It is so easy to be upset when things do not go our way. From the moment we spill our coffee, lock our keys in the car, and forget our lunch, a spiral of circumstances can set us off into a tailspin of negativity. However, we can choose to stay in a state of discontent and let that dictate our day, or we can be grateful for the other things in our lives even if they are not present in front of us right now.

Did you ever notice that when something nice happens, we tend to smile for a moment and then move on? However, when something goes wrong, we feel the need to tell everyone and anyone that will listen. It is in those exact moments of discontent that we need to focus on what we are grateful for, and it is then and only then that we will pull ourselves up from discontent.

Keeping the focus on gratitude offers your mind something to smile about, regardless of outside circumstances. Focusing on people, places, and even things that make you grateful, gives your mind the quiet respite that it needs to stay active and healthy in the future.

A Time for Nothingness

Everyone has a busy schedule; that is a known fact. We all set our schedules to overflowing and then complain that we do not have time for ourselves. Take a good hard look at your schedule and see what you can delete and what you can delegate. If you are going to have a healthy mind, you need to take care of it just as you would your body. One cannot function healthily without the other.

The best tip for quieting your mind is to put that on your schedule. Put it in big red pen on your calendar, text yourself a reminder, and place it on your list of things to do this week.

Take a Moment

Being in the moment has become a cliché; however, if you really take the time and trouble to learn what that means, you will learn how to quiet your mind. Focus on what you are doing at the exact moment you are doing it.

In this way, you are focused on the moment at hand and not two days from now when something big is arising. These are just three helpful tips for quieting your mind.

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