Once we become aware of our true nature and accept it wholeheartedly, we will also start flourish, grow, and achieve our purpose.
This is the perfect period of the year for getting rid of what limits us and welcoming changes, new perspectives, and holistic awareness of our lives.
Even if we can deal with a life or job that are not fit for who we really are, it's when we commit to pursuing our purpose that we grow and progress.
One step towards an happier and more conscious life is to become aware of the weight unnecessary things have on us and get rid of some of them
By accepting who we really are, what we really want, and why we do things the way we do them, we align our bodies, minds, and souls with our purpose.
Once we accept that not everything is up to us and we can let it go, we also start welcoming change as a part of our journeys and being kind and loving.
One sure way to be happy is to be grateful for everything we do and get. Becoming aware of how we all are connected is a good way to start practicing.
When we are looking for a long-lasting change, we can start by addressing the smallest things, but soon or later our approach should become holistic.
Holistic approaches to our personal and professional lives are the simplest and most effective ones, yet many try to deal with just one aspect of their issues.
Today the Buddhists following the Tibetan tradition celebrate Lhabab Düchen ( ལྷ་བབས་དུས་ཆེན་). Lhabab Düchen is one of the four Buddhist festivals commemorating four events in the life of the Buddha (the other three are: Chotrul Duchen (the Butter Lamp Festival, on the last day of Losar) - the Buddha's miraculous deeds, Saga Dawa Duchen - The…