The countdown to the New Year has started already. It is just a few hours away now. Thus, it would only be right to make the most of the occasion and delve into some wisdom that suits the arrival of the New Year. As you probably know already and have understood from my blogs, I have gained immense knowledge and wisdom thanks to meditation. It would be wrong on my part to deprive you of the same that could come in handy. Here are some valuable life lessons:
• Arrogance must be avoided at all costs. It is okay to accept the leadership of others or obey orders. You don’t always have to lead.
• Figurative judgment is always preferred.
• You don’t always have to carry on the burden. It is okay to let go and free yourself.
• The only way to be successful in life is to combine good humor with compassion. No one gets through life without a little bit of laughter to lighten the mood. To that, you must combine compassion and kindness towards others.
• Compassion comes from a deep sense of spiritual awakening and understanding of oneself.
• Men and women are guided by certain animal instincts, although they do not give in to the same. This places them above other beasts and also proves their superiority.
• The man has the advantage and power of rational thinking. We try to understand and analyze each incident that takes place in our lives through our common sense and rational thinking.
Having said that, I would like to tell you how to improve and enhance your creativity through rational thinking. But first, you need to empty your mind. You see, you keep your brain and creativity constrained – bound by certain limitations. It is time to set those free, to let them go. You need to get in touch with your animal instincts and return to nature. The only way of doing so is to empty your mind.
But more often than not, people forget this. They believe that they have acquired great knowledge, but knowledge simply based on the subject matter will always be baseless and lack a strong foundation. The mind is then used in using this acquired knowledge to replicate the solution somewhere else. What good is that? This is what leads to unhappiness and dissatisfaction. The real knowledge is one that has been acquired in service for the poor and comes with a strong foundation. Take a look at Einstein, for example. Did the man ever make so much so as a statement without backing it up with evidence and rational thinking?
The same goes for some of the brightest minds the world has ever seen, like Newton. If Newton had been bounded by restrictions and limitations, the world would have been a very different place. They didn’t limit themselves to just one thing.
Now that the New Year is around the corner, it is time for you to make some New Year resolutions – which are nothing short of promises you make to yourself. It is my earnest hope that the New Year brings you commitment, great honor, worship, helps you embrace honestly, a sense of awakening, encourages you to take on tough journeys alone and brings auspiciousness. Most importantly, may the New Year rekindle the fire that was burning in your heart.