Live Life. Why do we settle for less than what we are worth? Unfortunately the world is creating this notion of how life should be lived. Well, that is simply incorrect. You control how you live life, you are worth so much more than you give yourself credit for. Regardless of what happens, you have…
Life has thrown a curveball my way and I need to work at my day job 7 days a week at the moment. Hopefully this will change. Until then expect shorter posts, and you can always follow me on Twitter … @ConstantKarma
A big sign of personal growth is realizing that you are dealing with things in your life better than you used to, but realizing this only after the situation occurs or at least much further into it. (As opposed to actively having to figure out how to mentally handle every new thing at its start.)
When you work hard enough to be a better, kinder, more centered you, eventually it comes more easily.
I don’t just write about trying to live a better, more positive, freer, karma friendly life. I try to live it to the best of my own abilities. I’ve spent so much time, focusing on getting rid of negative thoughts, working towards better karma, happiness, and overall balance, that I can now do things that would have been much more challenging in the past, often without even thinking about them. I just start innately doing the best possible thing. Whether it’s being kind to people I’ve have issues with in the past or dealing with the big stuff life throws my way that I can’t control with as much grace and dignity as possible. (I’ve also seen a remarkable shift in my stress levels lowering.)
Be your own Architect, build your self up to be centered, clam and kind. Negativity is easy, but it will never very make you the best you can be.
I changed how my blog looks to make it easier to read and hopefully more visually pleasing. Do people like the new layout or do you prefer the older one?
Even my cats understand that water is life.
I have one cat that will literally drink water from anything…a bowl, the sink, the toilet if you let him, even the snow off your shoes. Animals understand the importance of natural resources. (My cats even cherish every box and bag made from every tree we destroy.)
We know that we are made up of mostly water, we know we need it to survive, but we forget how important it is anyways. We start to filter our water at home for freshness or we buy from fresher sources overseas where it is yet untainted and all this as we continuously destroy the resources around us, in the name of money and progress. Water is life if we destroy our water sources we destroy ourselves.
We think of karma in terms of how we treat each other. Karma is also determined by how we treat Mother Earth.
Mother Earth is precious. Water is Life.
I’ve spent the last few days trying to writing something, anything, with little results. There is this unsteadying feeling in the air and in the world at large. I feel like a Jenga tower, with some of the pieces half way pushed out, and I’m trying to suck them back in.
I’ve been pondering cognitive distance and in which, if any ways, that it might relate to me. I am trying to understand things based on what I’ve experienced and trying to interpret conflicting information that is being thrown my way. It is exhaustive sorting it all out.
I tried to meditate myself out of my funk last night, and it was an intense experience of warm energy entwined with similar images repeating over and over again in my mind. First I was thinking about a wooden block with tar dripping off it, then a large log with the same thing happening and finally, I was imaging I was a tree with tar dripping off me and onto the ground and dissolving like acid and dispearing. Maybe it was mental attempt to remove the negative energy that keeps trying to attach itself to me. I’m still not sure.
I just hope I find a remedy to whatever it is that is troubling me and keeping me from writing serious content soon.
opular time to hold initiation rituals, through its association with purification and new beginnings. Symbols of Imbolc include corn and wheat, sun wheels, or decorated ploughs to celebrate the beginning of the agricultural year. Traditionally, corn or grain dollies, representing Brigid, were fashioned from stalks of grain and sometimes placed in a bed or basket with white flower bedding. Brigid’s Crosses were made from wheat stalks or rushes, and hung in the house or exchanged as symbols of protection and prosperity in the coming y
- A mother kills her infant, she does so on purpose. Should she be punished?
- A mother kills her infant, she does so on purpose. She does so because her infant is crying, and her village has been attacked if she does not smother the child many more lives than that one life will be lost. Should she still be punished?
Many people will answer the first question. Yes, she needs to be punished without a doubt, there is no gray area in it. Yet we did not take the time to ask more questions, we not take the time to understand, and we were quick to judge. If we asked more questions, we might see that even something like taking another’s life is not always exclusively good or evil. Some choices are so hard, no one should have to make the. Yet, people have to make hard choices for themselves and their families, sometimes often. We should strive to be patient and understanding of their struggles, if even if believe we would have made a different choice in the same situation. Even if their choice is against our personal outlook. (Unless it is directly causing harm (especially without good reason) to us or others.)
We were not put on this world to judge one another. We are here to learn from and understand each other and evolve from those experiences.