Being watchful of our feelings and expressing them through words and gestures to the concerned people (even to your own self) is the way to live light and honest with life.
Accumulating the feelings inside or waiting for some special occasion to express them complicates life. Make it simple.Let it flow out.
The problem is we are concerned too much on the outcome of our expressions that we start suppressing them! Instead if we focus on playing our part – we will feel far more abundant and light .
Write down. Compose it. Speak up. Give it a rhythm. Play now. And Simplify.
The great motivational speakers say : be hungry. Until and unless we are not hungry we will not achieve what we want. The motivators focus on developing the hunger. They instill restlessness to go behind your wants.
But do we really need to be hungry?
I mean, I have asked this question to myself a lot and even experimented this belief of being hungry and foolish many times, repeatedly! But in the end what I have received is – more hunger, more dissatisfaction, more comparisons and more anxiety.
In the past couple of months I experimented with the opposite – being content and simple instead of being hungry and foolish. Every day, in every moment I worked on reminding myself that – This Is It. I accepted things the way they turned (instead of what I desired to be).
And this practice of contentment started shifting my inner environment from chaos to calmness. The level of confusion, anxiety, dependency and attachment to my so called dreams lessened down in past 5-6 months.
I have experienced that being hungry and foolish made me more inclined towards future. And being content, grateful, simple and meditative shifted me closer to the present.
By being content – I actually started loving my present condition, my present self. And this is essential to open the gates, doors and windows of limited beliefs, to invite the child like wonder in our life.
No one remembers the GYAAN.
As it gives a authoritative type feeling to the receiver. And feeds the ego of the giver.
Every one remembers Conversation.
As it encourages both way interactions. And deepens the connection.
That moment when we jump out of joy to like the profile picture of friend on social media and it doesn’t opens (enlarges) due to privacy settings.
It feels better to see the ‘Kick’ of Salman than getting ‘kicked’ by a friend! 😉