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Sometimes, when you speak, you feel your words are hitting against a wall and disappearing in space. Have you felt that? I guess when we were growing up, such things happened all the time. The words of elders or even friends just went over the heads. Of course, words are airy. They escape. Unfortunately, the feelings they inspire do not disappear that easily. And therein lays the core issue. We live and relive the feelings. And instead of examining why these feelings came up, we start to blame the words spoken by the opposite person. No one is to blame. Feelings come out of a certain negative perception.

But actually, feeling a certain way is always a choice YOU make. And so, you can make a choice every morning by looking into the mirror and saying “I love you” to yourself and that ” I am happy “. ” I am going to have a great day”. And smile widely at yourself.

I know sometimes, you just wake up not feeling good. People ask me, “if I don’t feel happy, how can I say I am happy?” True. Very human but ironically, these are moments you should say this more and more to change the mind. We tend to give up too easily. “CAN’T” looms very large in our vocabulary, inspired by an inability or helplessness. How much we must overcome and how much we need to work to overcome to hit the straight road to growth can turn off many. Too much work. But then, this path is for the passionately determined because it is not a tangible path.

Surekha Kothari

www.BodyMindSoulCentre.com

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I think we all know that we can change the belief systems that are obsolete and have stopped working for us. Which means that we can recreate our reality? So, if we wallow within the same obsolete non reality , and refuse to change it, what happens is, there is a clash between that and new realities of the people around them.

…and this might lead to a situation where,” never the twain shall meet”.

Evolution is all about changing perceptions based on an affected mind. As and how we realize we have not translated our experiences into true knowledge, we must change our quality of actions to inspire better experiences.

Life is a constant journey.

Surekha Kothari

www.BodyMindSoulCentre.com

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We are vibrational beings. Our journey into this physical existence happened vibrationally and it continues with vibrational movement. Movement is the base of all Creation.

Thought is the prime energy and each thought has a vibration. For a happy life, our thoughts need to be in harmony with our source energy or soul consciousness. Compatible energies have similar vibrations and become bonded.

I learnt that attachment should be replaced by bonding because Attachment is an emotion which clouds the mind and intellect and therefore, its vibrations must be raised to accommodate a better flow of energy.

I learnt that living your dream starts with a thought which generates similar thoughts, which, if high in vibrations, become your reality which then manifests in action and outcome.

How little we know! This knowledge eluded many generations because there was no teaching of it anywhere. But today, when the old souls are being born, they seem to know already what we are learning. We are also supposed to know, but our conditioning made it difficult to align ourselves to higher vibrations and to our source. So, we ended up being needy, insecure and attempted to steer away from the natural flow of life.

The new generation will teach their elders the science of vibrational reality which reflects in the physical reality, So that there are more extraordinary people with a higher consciousness than these past few generations or more. There is much work being done in this field and in time, this vital

Knowledge will help low vibrational souls to upgrade.

Surekha Kothari

www.BodyMindSoulCentre.com

surekhakothari.wordpress.com

Speakingtree Blog: www.speakingtree.in/public/surekhakothari

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No two cases are identical though there may be similarities. We tend to assess people and situations based on our experiences. Sure, that’s normal. We form certain belief systems based on these experiences.

What we forget is, others don’t necessarily have to have the same or similar beliefs. Just because their conditioning, their thinking patterns may be different.

And that’s why in society and even families, tolerating and accepting people of other belief systems is vital to harmony and peace in the world. And that is what plagues us: the lack of what we should have in abundance.

Why is it so difficult to understand that if I am different from others and expect to be liked for whom I am, then others also expect to be liked as they are. It is a healthy attitude and one which inspires more learning. Because we learn more from those we like, accept and respect.

This is not for closed minds though. You have to be very open to critical, objective evaluation of yourself and the performance of surgery of the blocked energies or trapped energies to accomplish a free flow of transforming energy.

So much to learn and so much time wasted!

Surekha Kothari

www.BodyMindSoulCentre.com

surekhakothari.wordpress.com

Speakingtree Blog: www.speakingtree.in/public/surekhakothari

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As young kids, apart from coloring books, we had books where we had to connect dots to make a picture. I never realized that it was one of the most profound exercises we did. Today, as an adult, I am connecting the dots of my life episodes and thinking about how meaningless it was to rave and rant and fret and fume about what I wanted and could not get or what I could have achieved but was blocked etc. I tend to smile now because the picture is clear after the dots are connected. And there was never any need to feel all that negativity.

I learnt that the process of learning starts when you stop the blame game and start understanding why things happened the way they did.

The Divine plan is perfect. We, as humans, are not, because we don’t recognize our core strengths or the nature and quality of our source energy. What we are not meant for during any phase in our lives is because we are not ready for it or something else must be experienced. Like your parents telling you that you have to finish your homework before you can go out and play. But the child only wants to play.

When the fires of expectations from life are kind of quelled is when we are able to think clearly. When the clouds of discontent and disappointment disappear is when we can see the sunshine coming through.

And all this happens when we connect the dots and review our lives, so many blessings and so many phases of happiness and joy which, if not sustained, were so only because of our erratic attitudes.

Living and learning, maturing and becoming wiser and calmer… the journey of life goes on.

Surekha Kothari

www.BodyMindSoulCentre.com

surekhakothari.wordpress.com

Speakingtree Blog: www.speakingtree.in/public/surekhakothari

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The evidence of a close relationship is the flow of energy towards the ones you love. You can’t force this flow. Mostly, it is reciprocity that binds people together. Funny how life takes turns and people you thought you knew, you never really knew. And you thought you knew yourself but again, you never knew the future “you”. This is why emotions are futile to hold onto. If it comes, let it.

If it goes, let it.

Surekha Kothari

www.BodyMindSoulCentre.com

surekhakothari.wordpress.com

Speakingtree Blog: www.speakingtree.in/public/surekhakothari

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Can you respect yourself if you have no commitment to anything and anyone in life? When you just drift along aimlessly? I always wonder about the psyche behind this. Can there be no ambition, no drive, and no cognizance of what others around you might be depending on you for?

We are quick to point this aspect in other people. A lack of commitment goes hand in hand with a lack of responsibility. And these are not useful or admirable traits.

Living within a family and society makes responsibility mandatory and so with people receiving a salary. The proportion of commitment in relation to salary was never the thought in earlier times. Today, the respect for employers is scant in many places, especially domestic staff. And this is not the case only here.

This is the world of today. Dealing with it is the only option. And avoiding stress at the same time. Stress is the biggest killer.

Surekha Kothari

www.BodyMindSoulCentre.com

surekhakothari.wordpress.com

Speakingtree Blog: www.speakingtree.in/public/surekhakothari

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