The Law of nature proves that our universe, or physical reality, is not objective. Our experience is created with our mind and perception. As Yogis we are aware that abundance comes in many different forms. The universal flow embodies negative and positive forms in our environment. How we receive the universal depends on our mindset. If the mind resides in the positive and neutral state, prosperity, and abundance flows, however, if the mind resides in the negative state, it creates doubt which blocks the flow of abundance.
Once this concept is understood, we begin to retrain the mind for positive and neutral state, abundance in every part of life begins to flow. The Universe opens its portal to us. The mind and heart connection are other key element in the process of retraining. The heart-based living raises our vibrations and charges our electromagnetic field, thus creating a new physical reality.
Here are suggestions to develop an abundant mindset:
What is a sense of purpose?
We grow up with expectations created by parents, the education system, and the environment, but these are expectations. They don’t always give us a sense of purpose.
A sense of purpose helps us to have clarity as to why we do what we do daily. It gives a reason to get up in the morning. So, when do you realise that you have a sense of purpose in your life to reach goals?
There are many goals in life, e.g., to study, work, train for a profession, and serve the community, these goals motivate us to work hard, towards achieving our purpose and give our life direction for a meaningful and satisfying life.
How does one cultivate a sense of purpose? Life is made of going to work, paying off bills, raising children and leisure time. But this is controlled by our environment, and it can be difficult to break away from the routine. The routine sucks you in and usually, illness or tragedy diverts the attention. The sense of...
We are universal beings so whatever happens around us affects us.
How we respond depends on us. We can create drama around the event, which I call Neuro Drama or develop resilience.
Emotional intelligence enables us to process events and behaviours to protect ourselves and develop positive relationships. It involves developing a flexible body and mind. In Yoga, I often see students who are physically inflexible and interpreted as stubborn (inflexible mind). The stubborn mind and inflexible body prevent from moving on in life, thus creating Neuro Drama.
Life is full of adversity and stress has now become part of life. We are continuously bombarded with negative information via multimedia. We have a choice to either succumb to the outside negative noise or take responsibility for how we respond.
We can’t plan our whole life without stress, but we can learn to deal with how we respond and how to diffuse the inner storm...