Posts tagged self-awareness
25 Rumi Quotes That Teach us to Trust Ourselves

Of all realized masters, Rumi had a way of speaking from the heart that not many could parallel. His words radiate compassion, unconditional love for others and most importantly oneself. His teachings were many, but always voiced the importance of following one’s intuition, trusting yourself, and not just believing, but knowing that in life and in love, you will always find a way. I have gathered for you twenty five inspiring quotes which can easily teach us to trust in the Self! Enjoy!

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Eight forms of love

There are many paths in life. But the longest of them all is the path to the heart. If you resist this path, you may take lifetimes to find it again. If you surrender and embrace it, you’ll be home. We’ve all been blinded by the cloud of emotions that comes from falling down the precipice of love. While we only have one word for it, the ancient Greeks, in their pursuit of wisdom and self-understanding, found eight different forms of love that we all experience at some point.

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What Causes us the Suffering?

Nobody likes to suffer and then we can ask ourselves why is there so much suffering in the world? Pleasure and pain, joy and suffering, happiness and sadness, they are all but the opposite facets of the same coin that is life. We can’t have one without automatically meeting the other one. But if we don’t want to suffer, what should we do? Surely there must be a force that pushes us towards the cause of the suffering and this force is the imperious need to have an identity.

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The seven stages of the spiritual evolution

In her spiritual evolution, the human being passes through different stages, each of them having some specific characteristics. Recognizing these characteristics can open the path toward superior levels which leads us to perfection.

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Meditation – Processing Internal Information

In life, we lose ourselves – our awareness of our life purpose, Spirit, and our Genuine Self – whenever our minds are too full. When our thoughts are too loud, and our minds are not clear, quiet and focused. This occurs when our thoughts and emotions aren't processed on a regular basis, which returns us to a state of simple openness and receptivity.

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Switch to an organic diet and reduce your pesticide intake by as much as 90%

If you're still on the fence on whether you should be eating organic food, researchers from Australia have you covered: In a study, they found that switching to an organic diet can reduce the body's pesticide levels by as much as 90 percent.

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Soulful confession (2)

In one of the Yang Spiral meditation with induction of the spiritual liberation through divine miracle, during the meditation I wanted to know what will happen to me at MahaPralaya (the resobtion of the entire Creation); and the information received as a state was: “I am immortal. I am eternal. I am divine essence”. I shared the story in detail with a friend of mine, who told me that I had a state of ecstasy.

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Soulful confession (1)

Allow me to share with you a soulful confession, about the spiritual path I have traveled so far, and specifically about the spiritual effects of the awakening of the fundamental, feminine, colossal Kundalini Shakti energy, following a proper, tenacious and persevearant spiritual practice.

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Six Life-Changing Steps - How to Practice Mindful Self-Compassion

Our lives are much like movies and we are the unknowing participants sitting in that theater. Throughout our days we become so involved in this movie that we forget that we’re just witnesses. Memories, reenactments of past experiences, mental chatter, triggered emotions, beliefs, presumptions, judgments and future worries constantly play through our mind. And among all of this clutter, we cling to a story of us; of how bad, stupid, selfish, ugly, lost or messed up we are.

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