Ive not been at the stables for several weeks now. Its due to a combination of depression and physical healthproblems. You would think that the one thing that would help with my depression would be to be with horses. Funnily enough, this is not the case IF the act requires: a horrid journey on the Continue reading read more »
STEADY MIND NEEDS LESSGUIDANCEFOR SELF IMPROVEMENT DEVELOPMENT.OUR IDENTIFICATION OF SELF IS THE PROJECTION OF OUR BELIEF UNDERSTANDING.WHAT WE CALLED SOCIETY IS THE COLLECTIVE PERCEPTION COMPULSION OF ONE’S ATTITUDE
LOOK YOUR TRAIT OF BELIEF THE FAITH THAT YOU KEPT, YOUR ORIENTATION TOWARDS LIFE IS GUIDED BY THAT. MATERIAL WORLD ONLY SUPPLIES RAW MATERIAL FOR YOUR INTERACTIVE LIFE. YOUR KNOWLEDGE THOUGHT ARECOMPLEMENTARYFORCE WHICH REVEALS YOUR IDENTITY SELF RECOGNITION.
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Status anxiety is a kind of deep anxiety and suffering about what others think of us; it’s about whether we’re judged a success or a failure-a chronic disease which afflicts pushy and the competitive parents. In context of Indian parents, we put so much work into raising good and solid kids, we are naturally inclined to want to tell the world about their teens' achievements to get a certain nod of approval or validation or endorsement from the world about our parenting style.
A good education is the mo... read more »
As I may have mentioned here before, I dont have much of a sweet tooth. Sure, I enjoy the occasional sugary food, but I dont spend brain cells thinking repetitive, lustful thoughts about them no, not even when Im Continue reading read more »
There is a handful of people out there that always, but always, with no exception, have an awesome day, no matter what. These people are the luckiest among us, that's how they're built, to see the sun even through the darkest, thickest clouds, to be positive and cheerful in any circumstance, even when they are on the verge of a massive catastrophe. Or they're on some heavy medication. But for the majority of us, some days are bad, some days are good and most of them just...blah. That's why when... read more »
So today, for the first time in a long time, B and I have a chance to spend some time together, without the kids, at a 4 star hotel. I love it. Except, I miss the kids so much, there’s a discomfort in the pit of my stomach. I called the kids to say good [...] read more »
(SOURCE:http://www.petwave.com/~/media/Images/Center/Behavior/Dog/Begging/Dog%20begging.ashx)You know what I am talking about. Every dog parent knows how annoying (c’mon admit it!) our dogs can be when they beg for food whenever you start to eat or even come close to the dining table. And the common reaction to make them stop is to yell at them or by striking the tabletop to startle them. But let’s face it; although it’s tempting to give in to their puppy dog stare and whimper, you know it’s going to be ... read more »
Read Part I here. II: The Anguish of PainThe three-day rigorous practice of watching my breath prepared me—mind and body—to enter the realm of vipassana. The technique itself is not complicated; it consists of observing the sensations the breath creates. Sensations represent pre-conditioned, mental patterns of the mind. They are a basic form of experience and existence that precede the thought processes, i.e., they exist before the litany of commenting, editing, labeling, qualifying, and judging begins. ... read more »
4 Ways to Stop Worrying and to Be Emotionally Fit
by Mike Karowski, author of ‘Perfectly Panic Free’
Peace of mind keeps us healthy. But an anxiety-free life seems too difficult to attain.
We worry about the bills, our personal relationships, and all the other grudges of daily life.
But do you know that relaxation can be had at arms reach? Little things that have the ability to calm us are easy to obtain. So, why not incorporate them into our lives?
Here are the four ways that ca... read more »
For those of you that might not know my current status, although I can't imagine how you could possibly miss that as I've been bitching and moaning about it for ages (To be or not to be disposable,Packing my life away), yesterday I have taken my first step towards becoming a seaman again. I left my country, my family, my habits, my life but most importantly, my heart and the light of my soul, my daughter Ellie...and I headed to Norway, to join my husband on the ship, the second day. All for the sa... read more »