One of the first goals we should aim at is to improve ourselves by committing to becoming aware of what limits us and removing it.
Subject and Object
Meditating makes us aware that we are at the same time active subject and passive object of our feelings, emotions, and thoughts.
Focus on what you can change
One useless activity that drains your energy is worrying about things you do not have control over. Focus on the ones you can change, to grow.
Creativity, intuition, and curiosity are often neglected. Instead, we should encourage, foster, and develop them, to create new ideas and grow.
One goal of holistic practices is to become aware of our entire being and develop our body, mind, and soul.This will lead us to freedom.
Free to Achieve
When we become aware that we create most of our life's limits, we set ourselves free to holistically achieve what we really want and deserve. You can get a copy of my book "Free to Achieve" on Amazon in Kindle version or in Paperback.
Book of the Day – Larger Than Yourself
Today's Book of the Day is Larger than Yourself, written by Thibault Manekin in 2021 and published by New World Library. Thibault Manekin is a speaker, educator, podcast host, community organizer, entrepreneur, and co-creator of Seawall and PeacePlayers. In 2011, he was honored by President Obama’s White House as a Champion of Change. Larger than…
Everything in the Universe has its own rhythm, from particles to galaxies. To grow as beings, we should find and follow our own one.
Acceptance and choices
How many things could we have achieved if we had spent less time complaining and regretting? Growth comes from acceptance and choices.
When we improve just one part of ourselves, we quickly hit a wall. Growing involves a holistic development of our entire being: body, mind, and soul.