Stopping your life… is really instant gratification!

As you go about your day, the one that you are living right now, do not spend time thinking about what you desire. No, big mistake that takes you out of your now.

Just keep working on expanding how you feel right here, right now. When you find your mind wandering bring yourself back to the here and the now. It is in this moment that you can change your life, not in the daydreaming of what can be.  The opportunities to bring the life change you are feeling, only happens with each tiny step we take right now. We must always be mindful of the thoughts we are having right now. It is in this moment that the insights and the means to change exist. Continue reading

Why “not” instant gratification.

The last time I was talking about instant gratification, I was trying to express how it is such a waste of our time and energy to desire to have things come so quickly. There is such a joy to have as we take the walk to experience something in our lives. To feel every step of the way. Each different and unique feeling as we get closer and closer to our hearts desire. Continue reading

The harm in instant gratification!

The harm of desiring instant gratification is we get frustrated and have a tendency to stop all forward movement in our efforts of self discovery. When we choose the course of having all things come when we are not ready, it causes a deep frustration and leads us to depression and deep sadness. Your internal voice cannot be heard in those depths of disparagement.

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Do we have knowings?

What allows some to have information about this earth plane and others not? What makes some of us stand so strong in believing in a spiritual world; Other than what a religious foundation is willing to express for every one. Just mystical beings that never seem to be alive while we are?

How do we get in touch with that mystical being that I know resides in each and every one of ourselves. I have no doubt that all of us on this earth has an ear for our internal truths. Why do some of us hear it so easily while others struggle over such mundane experiences? Continue reading