Do you ever find yourself thinking, “I can’t wait until…” ?
How often do you think that you can’t wait until something is over, or you can’t wait until something arrives, or you can’t wait until that next fun event happens?
Is the path before you clear, or is it filled with uncertainty?
Sometimes pondering the questions is even more helpful than knowing the answers.
The wise ones teach that happiness is found in the present moment… and yet, it seems to be our human nature to ruminate about or to relish things in the past, and to worry about or to look forward to things in the future.
When you cultivate the witness consciousness, you simply watch your thoughts, and whether or not they are in the past, present, or future, you just love yourself for being human, and you accept your thoughts just as they are.
Those feelings of self-love and self-acceptance bring happiness.
Can you feel that now?
May All Beings Be Free of Suffering.
May All Beings Be Happy!
Tulip Fields image from Public Domain Pictures
Swami Muktananda (spiritual teacher in India, 1908-1982) wrote in his book Does Death Really Exist?:
“It does not come early and it does not come late. The moment of departure is set at the time of birth, and it does not change by even a minute. Death is the one thing in this world that is always on time.”
That resonates with me as truth, and yet it brings up continuous questions. What about situations in which it seems like a person was saved from death by something that happened? For example, what if someone was all ready to commit suicide but then they just “happened” to read my blog article “It Is Your Duty To Live” and they changed their mind and did not commit suicide.
In that instance, was it a miracle that saved them from dying, or was it already pre-determined that they would read that article since it was not yet their set time to die? What do you think?
Are you comfortable thinking about death? Do you feel at peace, knowing that you will die at the right time? Did you know that meditating on death can help you to happy up your life? Contemplating death is a spiritual practice that can help you to live more fully in the present moment.
Please share your thoughts in the comments below, down where it says “Leave a Reply.”
May All Beings Know Deep Peace.
to all who are celebrating
the Hindu festival to honor Lord Shiva.
Om Namah Shivaya!